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Fly Eagles Nation NFC East Power Rankings – Week 3

This will be a weekly series to discuss the NFC East Power rankings. There will risers, fallers, and since who remain the same in their quest for NFC East supremacy.

Let’s Fly Eagles Nation!

With Week Three of the NFL season beginning tonight, let’s see how the NFC East aligns after two games in the books.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Minnesota Vikings came to town after a big win against Green Bay & the Philadelphia Eagles completely dominated them. The defense showed up big, especially Big Play Slay, who had two interceptions on the night while making Justin Jefferson a non-factor. Jalen Hurts had his best game as a pro, but the offense has yet to turn in a full performance, which could be scary for future opponents.

FINAL: The @Eagles start 2-0! #MINvsPHI #FlyEaglesFly — NFL (@NFL) September 20, 2022

New York Giants

What can we say? The giants are 2-0 after two games in which they could’ve lost, but didn’t. This team seems to show perseverance and mental toughness – as a younger team that is rebuilding, the culture and attitude is most important. They may not have the most “big-names” on the field, but it looks like they’ll at least put up a fight.

FINAL: The @Giants are 2-0! #TogetherBlue #CARvsNYG — NFL (@NFL) September 18, 2022

Dallas Cowboys

Who thought the Dallas Cowboys would beat the Cincinnati Bengals this past weekend? Yup, me either – but Dallas showed what an active pass rush can do to the opponents offense, namely, Micah Parsons. Ultimately, the Cowboys offense seems to be a shell of its former self & I don’t think that changes much upon Dak’s return.

FINAL: @dallascowboys earn the Week 2 victory! #CINvsDAL #DallasCowboys — NFL (@NFL) September 18, 2022

Washington Commanders

Washington doesn’t drop to last on this list because they lost to Detroit, that would be hypocritical. Washington drops to last on this list due the Jekyll & Hyde performances of Carson Wentz. Wentz can be incredible at times & other times he can take you out of a game with underwhelming performances, like he did in the first half of the Detroit game. He’s not the worst QB in the division (see Daniel Jones) but he is the most hit or miss and that makes Washington an average team, at best.

FINAL: The @Lions win in Week 2! #OnePride #WASvsDET — NFL (@NFL) September 18, 2022

There’s been a lot of move from 2nd -4th place, but 1st place has stayed constant with our Philadelphia Eagles. Stay tuned & comment down below and let us know how you think the NFC East will play out this year and please check us out on Facebook, Twitter and on! Stay tuned for more great Eagles content. Fly Eagles Fly!



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