Eagles are Ranked Last in NFC East in ESPN’s Post-Free Agency Power Rankings
Right after the Super Bowl, ESPN.com released its admittedly too-early power rankings.
Now with the majority of free agency in the rear-view window, they are re-ranking the teams based on the additions they have made this off-season.
Of course, the draft could change a lot things as well, and with the draft less than a month away ESPN released another set of rankings.
2015 record: 7-9
Voting results: 368 points
Post-Super Bowl ranking: No. 20
Stats & Information's take: Sam Bradford is back at quarterback and Chase Daniel is now the backup. There's a good chance Daniel will play, too: Bradford has missed 33 games in his six-year career, including two last season.
In the post-free agency power rankings, the Eagles stayed in the same spot they were when the season ended. The Cowboys are thirteenth while the Redskins (17) and Giants (19) round out the rest of the NFC East’s rankings.
It seems the additions of safety Rodney McLeod, guard Brandon Brooks, quarterback Chase Daniel, cornerback Leodis McKelvin, wide outs Chris Givens and Ruben Randell, along with the retention of Sam Bradford, Vinny Curry and Nolan Carroll doesn't seem to be enough to move the Eagles up the NFC East ladder.
The next major chance to move up the NFL rankings list comes Thursday April 28th at the NFL Draft.