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2012 NFL power rankings: Eagles near bottom in all polls

The Philadelphia Eagles are one of the lowest ranked teams in the NFL in any set of power rankings you look at.

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The Philadelphia Eagles lost another game in Week 15, and dropped in every NFL power rankings poll available. The Eagles enjoyed a rare win in Week 14 over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that saw them climb slightly, but they returned to struggle street with a 34-13 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals last week.

In Joel Thorman's power rankings at SB Nation, the Eagles came in at No. 30. This was the lowest ranking the Eagles received this week. At ESPN, Philadelphia ranked slightly better, coming in at No. 29. Pete Prisco at CBS Sports also had the Eagles at 29th. The NFL.com power poll put Philadelphia a bit higher at No. 28. And Brian Billick of Fox Sports gave the Eagles the most love, ranking them all the way up at No. 27. Overall that gives the Eagles an average power ranking of 28.4.

On the plus side, the Eagles have two chances to play spoiler against division opponents in the last two weeks.