Eagles nearing rock bottom in Domo's NFL rankings

Paul Domowitch's NFL rankings for Nov. 30 (last week's rank in parentheses):

1. Panthers, 11-0 (2): An NFL-high 28 takeaways and an NFL-best plus-16 turnover differential.

2. Patriots, 10-1 (1): Eagles' defensive film should be chicken soup for Gronk's buised knee.

3. Broncos, 9-2 (5): Broncos rushed for 179 yards and 3 TDs v. Patriots defense that had been allowing 88.

4. Cardinals, 9-2 (3): Carson Palmer failed to throw a TD pass for first time this season, but did run for one.

5. Bengals, 9-2 (4): Only the Patriots have better average starting field position than the Bengals (30.4.):

6. Vikings, 8-3 (7): Well, at least one former Oklahoma running back is having a helluva season.

7. Seahawks, 6-5 (9): Russell Wilson has 8 TD passes, no INTs in the last two games.

8. Chiefs, 6-5 (11): So, Chip, do you still think Jeremy Maclin's asking price was too steep?

9. Steelers, 6-5 (8): Steelers have given up the fifth most touchdown passes (22): in the league.

10. Colts, 6-5 (10): How many other teams have a QB who qualifies for the senior citizens discount at the Ritz?

11. Packers, 7-4 (6): After 6-0 start, Packers have lost four of their last 5.

12. Jets, 6-5 (15): Jets are No. 1 in the league in both red zone offense and defense.

13. Bills, 5-6 (12): Chiefs held LeSean McCoy to 3.7 yards per carry.

14. Texans, 6-5 (17): Look who's reeled off four straight wins without scoring more than 24 points in any of them.

15. Falcons, 6-5 (13): Matty Ice and the Falcons offense continues to flounder.

16. Bears, 5-6 (22): John Fox has done a helluva coaching job in his first year with the Bears.

17. Raiders, 5-6 (20): Four of their six losses have been by six points or less.

18. Bucs, 5-6 (16): Bucs must've still been hung over from their 45-17 win over the Eagles the week before.

19. Lions, 4-7 (24): The widow Ford gets my early vote for Owner of the Year. How ‘bout them Lions?

20. Redskins, 5-6 (25): If Ryan Kerrigan could go up against Marshall Newhouse every week, he'd be a first-ballot Hall of Famer.

21. Giants, 5-6 (14): Their offensive line looks like something Tom Coughlin got at Rent-A-Wreck.

22. Rams, 4-7 (18): Well, at least Nick Foles always will have 27/2.

23. Ravens, 4-7 (23): Ravens match season-high points total WITHOUT Joe Flacco and Justin Forsett.

24. Dolphins, 4-7 (21): They've scored just 78 points in their last 5 games. So much for Dan Campbell sticking around.

25. Cowboys, 3-8 (19): That's why you don't rush a guy back from a collarbone injury, Jerry.

26. Chargers, 3-8 (30): Philip Rivers is on pace to throw 52,310 passes this season.

27. Jaguars, 4-7 (26): If not for the Giants, they'd have the worst third-down defense in the league.

28. 49ers, 3-8 (29): Niners have forced just 8 turnovers in 11 games.

29. Eagles, 4-7 (27): After giving up 90 points the last 2 weeks, there's no place to go but up for the defense. Right? Right?

30. Saints, 4-7 (28): This might be a good time for Sean Payton and GM Mickey Loomis to exit stage right.

31. Titans, 2-9 (31): Marcus Mariota had 45.9 completion percentage v. Raiders. First time that's happened to him since Pop Warner.

32. Browns, 2-9 (32): Bad teams like the Browns find all sorts of weird ways to lose.

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