Another week, another loss, as the New York Jets continued spiraling down the NFL power rankings ladder. Three out of the five websites valued the Gang Green lower than a week ago. ESPN had them down at #25 (#22 a week ago), CBS Sports lowered their stock to #24 (#22 a week ago) and ProFootball Weekly placed the Jets at #22 (#21 last week). FOX Sports kept rex Ryan's team at #27 (lowest of them all), while ProFootballTalk figured that the spirited loss to the top ranked Texans deserved a raise - up to #21 from #22 last week.
Here's what all these websites had to say about the Jets:
ESPN: After scoring 48 points in the season opener, the Jets have recorded one offensive touchdown in their past two home games.
FOX Sports: I give the Jets credit for pulling out all the stops . . . a fake punt, fourth-down conversions, onside kick, CB Antonio Cromartie on offense. But it still wasn't enough.
CBS Sports: The offense is a joke. The in-and-out games with the quarterbacks don't work. This is a team with big problems.
ProFootballTalk: When "we only lost by six" and "we're still tied for second-place in the divisio" are the only positive things that can be said, maybe it’s time to stop talking.
ProFootballWeekly: Pulled out all the stops vs. Houston, but came up short in spirited effort.
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