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NFL Power Rankings: Jets Fall a Bit

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The Jets’ loss to Seattle dropped them to 1-3. Less importantly, it led to a small drop across NFL power rankings.

SB Nation

21. New York Jets

21. New York Jets

You are officially allowed to panic, Jets fans. Press the button! Just don't press the receiver button on your PS4 controller ... Ryan Fitzpatrick might attempt a pass, something that hasn't turned out so well for the Jets of late. Fitzpatrick has tossed nine interceptions over the last two weeks. That's the most in a two-game period since Steve DeBerg heaved as many for the 1986 Bucs. Here's the difference, though: That year, Tampa Bay was a 2-14 abomination that could've lost to James Van Der Beek's West Canaan Coyotes. (Trust me, you didn't want DeBerg's life.) Fitzpatrick is leading a team with fantastic wideouts, a steady running back and an immensely talented front seven. Brandon Marshall might never lobby for something again.


19. New York Jets (1-3, LW: 18)

Maybe the offseason holdout has nothing to do with Ryan Fitzpatrick suddenly handing out interceptions like Halloween candy. But Fitzpatrick missed all offseason, was unhappy with how he was treated and is not thrilled with his contract … is it that big of a surprise he’s not having a wonderful season?

CBS Sports

20. New York Jets

They can't win with Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback. It's time to make a change.

Washington Post

24. New York Jets (1-3) | Last week’s rank: 21

Brandon Marshall said, “I am going down in a boat with Ryan Fitzpatrick.” Yes, it certainly appears that he is.