Eagles fly into top three; Bengals fall out of top 10

Previous rank: No.9

The Bengals continue to scuffle on offense — an issue you can trace back to January. The primary culprit remains the offensive line, which has four new starters but continues to let down Joe Burrowwho was sacked six times in at 20-17 losses to the Cowboys. Despite the struggles up front, Burrow led a fourth-quarter comeback that pulled Cincinnati even, and after a Dallas punt, the Bengals were set up with the ball and 2:13 remaining on the clock. This was the Bengals’ moment — but like we saw against the Steelers in Week 1, they let it slip away. Cincy went three-and-out, allowing Dallas to take over and march to the game-winning field goal. There’s something off in The Queen City.

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