2011 NFL Power Rankings: The Pittsburgh Steelers Continue to Score High
The Philadelphia Eagles Have A Good Year Ahead
Looking at how the power rankings shake down, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles play in similar divisions.
The Steelers constantly battle things out with the Ravens while the Browns and Bengals occasionally pop up to make noise.
The Eagles are battling things out with the Giants while the Cowboys and Redskins try and get in on the action every year. The Cowboys have been more successful than the Redskins lately, but the Redskins front office is not that great.
The Eagles have Michael Vick now, who is as good as he has ever been, and the Eagles added Danny Watkins to the line.
The defense got a lot of talent added in the draft, and Andy Reid should have plenty of options to choose from once the season gets underway.
The Steelers were not able to get Mike Pouncey but they did get Cameron Heyward in the first round and Marcus Gilbert in the second round. The Steelers draft well and this year looks like it will continue their reputation as a team who gets the draft right.
Plus, the Steelers still have Ben Roethlisberger and a crop of young wide receivers who will step in and take the reins from guys like Hines Ward.
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