Jets Look to Bounce Back in Power Rankings

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Jets Look to Bounce Back in Power Rankings

We missed last week's edition of Power Rankings due to Hurricane Sandy, but here's we are again, back on track, with the latest rankings from the top five football websites. ESPN, ProFootballTalk and ProFootballWeekly all kept the Gang Green right where they were a week ago - #25, #26 and #21 respectively. FOX Sports lowered the Jets' position from #22 to #23, and finally CBS Sports had them 3 spots down - from #24 to #27.

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

ESPN: The Jets are 3-8 since Week 15 of last season, which is tied for third worst in the NFL over that span.

FOX Sports: The Jets will come off their bye week and hit on the road for back-to-back games. First up, the always-challenging, cross-country trip to Seattle -- as if the Jets need any more challenges.

CBS Sports: They come off the bye with two road games and a chance to turn their season around. If not, jobs will be lost.

ProFootballTalk: How bad are the Jets?  They didn’t play this week, and no one noticed.

ProFootballWeekly: A trip to Seattle is far from a cure for an ailing offense.

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

The Jets have been falling in power rankings for 3 weeks in a row and will look to bounce back this Sunday in Seattle, as they take on the Seahawks (5-4). The current line has Seattle favored by 6.5 points. You can place a bet on this game and many others at various online casinos, however if you’re looking for a break from the sports or can’t decide who best to place your money on then head over to to enjoy a wide variety of casino games from blackjack and baccarat to poker. Sometimes it can be much easier to hold your poker face when getting a winning hand than to take a pick between two teams, if for nothing else than the fact that you have control rather than the men on the pitch. The great thing is you can do this whilst watching the Jets right from your mobile phone. Currently the Jets are 59-54 against the spread since 1992 when they are an underdog of 3.5 to 9.5 points. If you aren’t confident of the outcome then maybe a stint at the poker table is in order after all – we don’t want you to tempt fate by betting against the Jets.

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  • matt robinson 17 – 11/06/2012 06:57:01 pm

    The way they've played lately 32nd sounds about right.

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