The Washington Redskins remain in the bottom portion of most power rankings heading into Week 11 despite having a bye week. Entering Sunday's divisional matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Redskins have a 3-6 record and will look to improve their record against the rest of the NFC East to 1-1.
In SB Nation's power poll curated by Joel Thorman, the Redskins dropped one spot to No. 20 overall. Thorman notes that the team's most recent losses have come against the Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers and states that the second half of the season will be easier.
Brian Billick also placed the Redskins at No. 20 overall this week, which was the same position he had them in prior to the bye week. Elliot Harrison at NFL.com also kept the Redskins in the same position as last week, ranking them at No. 25. Pete Prisco at CBSSports.com moved the team down one position from last week to No. 26 overall.