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3-0, 1st in NFC East
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Eagles in a good spot, but questions remain

Philly has played so well that the Eagles are among Football Outsiders' top five Super Bowl contenders. But a poor preseason projection keeps their playoff odds below 70 percent, for now. Playoff odds (Insider)

Playoff predictor likes Wentz-led Eagles (0:58)

FPI is a believer in Philadelphia

The Eagles keep winning and ESPN's Football Power Index continues to be impressed. Philly is now squarely in the top 10 and its playoffs odds are soaring. FPI rankings

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles rookie quarterback Carson Wentz has been named NFC Offensive Player of the Week. He threw for over 300 yards and a pair of touchdowns against the Steelers Sunday. Has 5 TDs, 0 INTs through three games.

Will Wentz outplay Prescott for the next five years? (1:19)
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First-year QBs playing like veterans

The six quarterbacks who've made their starting debuts this season have gone a combined 11-2 so far. One loss (Cody Kessler vs. the Dolphins) came in overtime, while the other (Dak Prescott vs. the Giants) came by one point.

Terrelle Pryor tops Week 4 waiver-wire pickups (1:52)
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How high can the Eagles fly?

Philadelphia started the year 25th on our list but has rocketed up the rankings. This week, the Eagles cracked the top 10 and made their highest appearance since Week 15 of 2014. Power Rankings

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1dKC Joyner

Is Carson Wentz's successful start sustainable?

Sure, we're only three games in, but the Eagles' signal-caller appears to be one of the best rookie QBs that KC Joyner has seen in his 14 years covering the league.

Defending champs ascend NFL Power Rankings (1:03)
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2dTim McManus

Joe Biden among those caught up in Wentz mania

Carson Wentz and the Eagles' 3-0 start have made fans across the country, including one in the White House in Vice President Joe Biden.

Kellerman painstakingly admits Eagles are good (2:33)
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Carson Wentz keeps avoiding mistakes

Only Warren Moon has thrown more passes (103) through his first three games without an interception than Wentz (102), per ESPN Stats & Info.

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Assessing the Eagles' staying power

Philly's 3-0 start might be the NFL's biggest surprise so far. But questions remain about Carson Wentz's health and an unsustainably low turnover rate, Mike Sando writes. Can surprise teams keep it up? (Insider)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said that running back Ryan Mathews' ankle "stiffened up" in first quarter and they decided not to risk further injury. He expects tight end Zach Ertz (rib) and corner Leodis McKelvin (hamstring) back after bye.

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How good is the Eagles' defense?

Last year's group was better than its numbers suggested, but the improvement under Jim Schwartz is still staggering, Bill Barnwell writes. He puts Philly's impressive unit in his top five. Stacking the best defenses

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Wentz got it done in all parts of the field

Yes, Carson Wentz was a bit cautious Sunday, throwing 17 passes within 5 yards of the line of scrimmage. But he completed 15 of those throws and also delivered TDs to the intermediate and deep areas of the field.

Team Stats

Passing Yards250.317th
Rushing Yards119.310th
Points For30.02nd
Points Against9.01st

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