The Philadelphia Eagles have fallen out of the top-25 in the majority of power ranking polls. Currently in the midst of a six-game losing streak, the Eagles were embarrassed by the Washington Redskins this past Sunday and many are counting down until the end of the season when the franchise is expected to make major changes.
At SB Nation, curator Joel Thorman dropped the team seven spots from last week's poll to No. 26 overall. Thorman kept his analysis short and echoed the sentiments being expressed all across Philadelphia:
Train wreck. Blow it all up.
At FoxSports.com, Brian Billick placed the team at No. 28 overall, which is six spots down from last week. Billick expressed that while the players may no longer be playing for head coach Andy Reid, they need to perform better to show they are valuable assets for future employers.
NFL.com has the Eagles ranked at No. 27 overall (three spots down from last week), and focused on the expected roster turnover for next season. ESPN.com also has the Eagles at No. 27, which was also three spots down from last week.