Nov
28

Jets Fall Again in Power Rankings

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Jets Fall Again in Power Rankings

The New York Jets dramatically improved their position in power rankings after beating the Rams in Week 11, but last week's disgraceful performance against the Patriots put them pretty much back where they were a few weeks ago. Although ESPN, CBS Sports and ProFootball Weekly were in a forgiving mode, as they all lowered the Gang Green's stock by just one point. FOX Sports placed the Jets at #23, down from #20 a week ago. Finally, ProFootballTalk put Rex Ryan's team at #29, down from #22 a week ago, their lowest ranking since we started tracking them here.

Here's what all these websites had to say about the Jets:

ESPN: Scoring average for past four games: 12 points. Mark Sanchez's guaranteed salary for next season: $8.25 million.

FOX Sports: I don't think he is the answer, but why not start Tim Tebow at this point? It can't really get any worse, can it?

CBS Sports: How many heads will roll after the season? Somebody has to pay for this mess, right? They didn't even compete last week.

ProFootballTalk: Before we bury the 2012 Jets, look at their remaining schedule.

ProFootballWeekly: Somehow increased scrutiny with comical Thanksgiving performance.

  W 1 W 2 W 3 W 4 W 5 W 6 W 7 W 8 W 9 W 10 W 11 W 12 W 13
ESPN 21 17 18 17 23 25 23 24 25 25 26 22 23
FOX Sports 20 17 17 19 27 27 18 15 22 23 27 20 23
CBS Sports 18 17 19 15 22 24 23 23 24 27 27 20 21
PFT 22 16 19 15 22 21 17 18 26 26 28 22 29
PFW 23 15 17 17 21 22 18 19 21 21 25 20 21

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