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Blessuan Austin Buffalo Bills Jersey , there was a lot of moving and shaking going on within my ranking of the top ten Jets. Let’s dive in!The weekly rankings are based on my perception of total positive impact on the team over the season to that point, discounting player reputation, talent, or past performance.Previous rankings: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 410. Sam Darnold, QB (Last week: 9th)Keeping Darnold in the top 10 was an extremely tough decision. He has played very poorly two weeks in a row now. After going ultra-conservative against Cleveland, Darnold started to air it out against Jacksonville and just could not find a rhythm as he was wildly inaccurate downfield. He was bailed out of at least 3 should-be interceptions.On the season, he is now 30th of 34 qualifiers in passer rating. Darnold played well below average quarterback in the first quarter, following up two solid games with two very bad ones in which he played a large role in tanking the offense.Of course, this is all fine in grand scheme of things, as Darnold’s production level very closely matches what is expected of the average rookie. We knew the bumps would come. He’s slowly progressing, gradually getting more aggressive and getting closer with his deep passing.Despite Darnold’s struggles over the past two games, I could not find a player who deserved to be here over him. As I mentioned, he played two good games. He was very efficient in Detroit and played a strong game in Miami in which he was left hanging by his supporting cast. I don’t think anybody who is not on this list has played more than one good game or had as much net impact as Darnold has with the way he played over the first two weeks.Check out the rest of the list, and definitely comment below on if you think there is anybody more deserving than Darnold who is not on the list.9. Leonard Williams, DL (Last week: Unranked)Williams had a very strong game in Jacksonville to rejoin the list. He had a sack, 3 run stuffs, and forced a ton of pressure.On the whole, Williams’ first quarter was not up to his usual standards. However, he has still been a good player. He has a high floor based on his physical ability and the attention he draws.However, it’s fair to be critical of him and expect more from him as an interior lineman who was drafted with the 6th pick and was pitched as the best player in his draft class.8. Morris Claiborne, CB (Last week: 10th)While he seems to be walking a tightrope, you can’t argue with Claiborne’s production to start the year. While he lucked out quite a bit against Miami in Week 2, Claiborne maintains season numbers of only 72 yards and 3 first downs allowed on 17 targets. All in all, he’s allowed just a 29.5 passer rating when targeted.Has he been as good as that passer rating number indicates? Certainly not. He should’ve been toast in Week 2 and over the past couple of weeks opposing offenses simply took advantage of greater weaknesses.However, Claiborne has taken hold of his new #2 role and thrived with it thus far. I’m hesitant to rank him highly until he can string together a few more lockdown performances without being bailed out, but to this point, his production is respectable.7.Avery Williamson, ILB (Debut)After a silent first couple of weeks in which he was not himself, Williamson has come alive over the past two weeks. He had 0 run stuffs and 2 tackles in the run game short of the first down marker over the first two weeks. Over the previous two Youth Keyshawn Johnson Jerseys , he has racked up 5 run stuffs and 14 tackles in the run game short of the sticks - the latter number leads the league over that span.He forced two turnovers against Jacksonville, tipping a pass leading to an interception and forcing a fumble.He has looked very much capable of filling the void left by Demario Davis over the past couple of weeks. If he can keep up his current level of play, he can fly up this list.6. Steve McLendon, DT (Last week: 7th)McLendon doesn’t post flashy numbers, but he just goes out there and wins matchups, fills gaps, and stuffs runs.He’s got 5 run stuffs (same amount as Leonard Williams), a half sack, and a pass deflection playing only 44% of the Jets defensive snaps. Just a strong, high-motor vet.5. Henry Anderson, DT (Last week: 6th)It is hard to believe, but despite being 27 years old, Anderson is only in his 4th career season after being selected in the 3rd round of the 2015 draft. He entered this season with only 29 career games - which means in terms of real game experience, he has only barely completed 2 seasons’ worth.Anderson had been a respected performer in Indianapolis, but he just could never get things going as he struggled to stay healthy.He has stayed healthy in this Jets defensive line rotation that has had him playing 51% of the defensive snaps - second along the defensive front behind Leonard Williams. He’s made the most of his opportunities. Anderson has 2.5 sacks, a quarterback hit, 3 run stuffs, and 2 pass deflections already. His motor is always firing and he has underrated short area quickness that makes him a productive interior pass rusher.4. Darron Lee, ILB (Last week: 3rd)Lee took a big step back in coverage last week. While he was involved in a lot of the coverage breakdowns that may have been on coaching more than any particular player, he made a few mistakes in zone coverage. In particular, he was guilty on T.J. Yeldon’s 31-yard touchdown, as he lost Yeldon coming out of the backfield late.Lee’s run defense has picked up as Williamson’s has. Lee has collected 5 run stuffs over the previous two games after notching only 1 over the first two weeks. Overall it was a very promising first quarter for Lee. Imperfect, but he definitely provided plus value on the whole. He needs to continue doing that. If he can bring everything together, his ceiling is high. It’s a big if, though.3. Bilal Powell, RB (Last week: 4th)Powell just keeps producing more than he should. Just like he always has.On a day in which the Jets offensive line was getting crushed by an elite Jacksonville front, Powell picked up 26 yards on 8 carries - not impressive at all, but much more productive than Powell’s runningmate Isaiah Crowell who picked up 0 yards on 4 carries.Powell also caught 4 passes for 26 yards. He opened himself down the field on one play for what should have been a long touchdown, but Sam Darnold missed him.He also continues to pass protect well, allowing only 1 pressure across 11 pass blocking snaps.2. Quincy Enunwa, WR (Last week: 1st)Enunwa caught 4 passes for 66 yards against Jacksonville, giving him 4+ receptions and at least 57 yards in each game this year. He maintains an impressive average of 69.5 yards per game Keyshawn Johnson Jerseys Stitched , pacing him for 1,112 yards over 16 games.However, Enunwa did only pick up 2 first downs in this game, a season low. There was one deep pass in which Enunwa had a ton of room towards the sideline, but Darnold threw it behind him. It was a bad throw, but catchable. It wasn’t the type I’d label a drop, as Enunwa really had to contort himself mid-air to get it, but it was one that could have been made and would have changed momentum. Enunwa also picked up a delay of game penalty for spiking the ball following a big reception.To be fair, Enunwa also had a 30+ yard gain wiped out by penalty.Enunwa keeps playing his role very solidly. Darnold needs to get other players involved, and they need to start responding when their numbers are called.1. Jamal Adams, S (Last week: 2nd)I know a lot of you are going to scoff at this. He talks too much. He can’t cover. He’s cocky. He’s immature. I couldn’t agree less with any of those ridiculous criticism Adams draws. He has taken his weaknesses from a year ago and transformed them into strengths. To this point, he has played like a legitimate star, and has quickly ascended close to the uber ceiling that made him a sixth overall pick.The Jets busted / ran boneheaded coverages all afternoon against Jacksonville. Adams was usually the first to recognize deficiencies and break off of his assignment to keep big gains from becoming huge gains.He made a trio of strong plays in coverage, once locking down Austin Seferian-Jenkins man-to-man and twice breaking quickly on the ball in zone coverage to make tackles short of the sticks.All over the field, Adams laid bone-shattering hits that sent opponents flying. There was one drive where Adams single-handedly forced a three and out with three straight tackles on plays that were primed to be big had he missed his assignment.He’s playing great.Dropped off list:Brandon Shell (was 8th) - Shell allowed 6 pressures, a hit, and a sack against the Jaguars. He was dominated by edge rushers Dante Fowler and Yannick Ngakoue. Very poor outing for him, but I am still impressed with his start to the year and think he can make a play to return this list and easily take the title of the top Jets lineman in 2018.Isaiah Crowell (was 6th) - Over the past three weeks, Crowell has ran for 69 yards on 32 carries. That’s a 2.15 yards per carry average - worst in the league among the 32 players with 25+ carries over that span.He is a non-factor as a receiver. Among the 66 running backs with 5+ targets this season, Crowell ranks 59th in receiving yards per game (6.0) and 54th in yards per target (3.43).His pass blocking has become unacceptable. He has allowed a sack and 3 pressures across 7 pass blocking snaps this year - all of those coming over the past two games. That’s more total pressures than the rest of the Jets’ skill position players combined.Knocking on the door:Nobody is at the doorstep. I don’t think any player not on the list has a legitimate case to be there - but certainly let me know if you feel otherwise! Here’s a crazy thought: The Houston Texans with home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs.Yep, the team that began the season 0-3 just might sneak past the Chiefs and Patriots and claim that coveted spot.The Texans have won nine in a row. They’ve done so in all sorts of ways, from strong defense to opportunistic offense to solid special teams to superb coaching.On Sunday, they face Indianapolis (6-6) and can pretty much knock the Colts out of postseason contention with a win.Indianapolis has won three of the past four against the Texans in a series in which the past eight games were decided by seven or fewer points.Should Houston get by the Colts, the remainder of the schedule has visits to the Jets and Eagles and a home finale against Jacksonville. Considering that two-month string of wins, why can’t the Texans run the table?“It’s a small accomplishment,” says defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, who has justified being the top overall pick in the 2014 draft. “We still haven’t even won the division with winning nine in a row, we have no playoff spot, nothing right now locked up.“So, it’s a small accomplishment, but hopefully it will lead to bigger things for us. We’re playing for much more than just the division right now. We’re trying to play for first, second Youth Dennis Byrd Jerseys , third seed, whoever is ahead of us right now.”That would be Kansas City (10-2) and New England (also 9-3). Both have a more testing December.“I think it’s when you start to look ahead, or you start to get overly excited about accomplishments that, not don’t mean anything, but winning nine in a row, winning a division, you take things one day at a time,” J.J. Watt adds.“I think that’s the biggest mentality I’ve taken away from it all is just control what you can control. If you try to start controlling things that you can’t control, then you can get in trouble.The weekend began with Thursday night with Tennessee‘s 30-9 home victory over Jacksonville.Derrick Henry sped and stiff-armed his way to a record-tying 99-yard touchdown run for Tennessee (7-6). Henry tied Tony Dorsett’s 99-yarder on Jan. 3, 1983, for Dallas against Minnesota for the longest TD run in NFL history. Henry set a franchise record with 238 yards on just 16 carries, topping the previous mark of 228 yards set by Chris Johnson in 2009 against yes, the Jaguars. Henry finished with a career-high four TDs, tying Lorenzo White and Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell for most rushing TDs in a single game in franchise history.Jacksonville dropped to 4-9.New Orleans (10-2) at Tampa Bay (5-7)The Saints take the NFC South with a win or a Carolina loss. They’re eager to get back on the field after their worst performance of 2018, a Thursday night loss at Dallas in which they were overwhelmed by the Cowboys’ defense.Tampa Bay, which has gained more yards on offense than anyone — yes, even New Orleans — won the first meeting to open the season. Then the Saints won their next 10 games.Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston has not turned over the ball since regaining the starting job two weeks ago. In the past three games, one in relief, Winston has completed 61 of 84 (72.6 percent) with six touchdowns and one interception for a 119.1 rating.Los Angeles Rams (11-1) at Chicago (8-4)The Rams already own the NFC West title. They earn a first-round playoff bye by beating the Bears.This is an intriguing matchup, LA‘s second-ranked offense against Chicago’s No. 4 defense. The Bears are second stingiest against the run, and the Rams’ Todd Gurley leads the NFL in both yards rushing (1,175) and yards from scrimmage (1,649). Chicago’s defense leads the NFL with 21 interceptions and will test Jared Goff.Chicago hopes to have regular quarterback Mitchell Trubisky back from a shoulder injury that cost him two games. He’ll need to watch for Rams DT Aaron Donald, making a strong statement for a second straight NFL Defensive Player of the Year award. He tops the NFL with 16½ sacks, has at least two in three straight games.New England (9-3) at Miami (6-6)A Patriots win — this is one place they don’t like, having lost four of the past five at Miami — means yet another AFC East crown, 10 in a row. Tom Brady has won 12 of his past 13 starts within the division. He’s also ready to establish another NFL record: Brady has 579 career TD passes, including postseason, tied with Peyton Manning for the most.New England also has found a rushing defense, not allowing a 100-yard gainer since Week 3.Miami has been outgained by 1,168 yards and is on pace to break the 1967 team record, yet is in wild-card contention. The Dolphins do rank third with 25 takeaways.Baltimore (7-5) at Kansas City (10-2)Cincinnati (5-7) at Los Angeles Chargers (9-3)Pittsburgh (7-4-1) at Oakland (2-10)Two AFC division races involved here.The Ravens have crept within a half-game of the Steelers in the North Dennis Byrd Jerseys Stitched , but have a massive challenge at KC while Pittsburgh shouldn’t struggle much at lowly Oakland.Beating the high-powered Chiefs at Arrowhead calls for a monstrous defensive showing, and Baltimore has the top-ranked D. It also has a clock-killing run game with rookie Lamar Jackson at QB: The Ravens have had at least 200 yards rushing in three straight weeks.Still, Kansas City is 5-0 at home and leads the league in scoring at 37 points per game. Patrick Mahomes has a league-leading 41 TD passes and 43 throws of 25-plus yards.Kansas City, which gets a playoff berth with a win, can’t afford a stumble with the Chargers one game back; they meet next Thursday night. With Cincinnati in a rugged, injury-caused slump, LA could romp Sunday.The Chargers have a few complicated ways of getting at least a wild card this week. Philip Rivers has thrown two or more TDs in each of his first 12 games, tied for the third-longest streak to begin a season in NFL history.Rivers has 10 TDs and six INTs in six games against the Bengals, who have won four straight meetings in the regular season.The Raiders have won the past three home games in this series since losing in 1995 and the Steelers are 3-8 all time in Oakland. Still, unless they hand things to the Raiders, they should win even without standout RB James Conner (ankle).Minnesota (6-5-1) at Seattle (7-5), Monday nightWhoever emerges here has an inside track to a wild-card berth, though the Vikings still think they can grab the NFC North title.Seattle is exceptional in prime time: 24-5-1 since 2010. Russell Wilson has 29 touchdown passes and five interceptions through 12 games. He has thrown at least two touchdowns in eight straight outings and has 16 touchdowns and two interceptions in Monday night games. Plus, the Seahawks are leading the NFL averaging 148.8 yards per game rushing.But Seattle has been inconsistent defending the pass, and Kirk Cousins tops the league with 350 completions. Adam Thielen leads the NFL with 98 catches, is second in yards with 1,166, and tied for fifth in TDs with nine. Thielen and Stefon Diggs are the only pair of teammates in the NFC with 80 or more receptions.Philadelphia (6-6) at Dallas (7-5)A Cowboys victory gives them control of the NFC East; they won at Philly earlier this season. Dallas has won four straight and comes off that impressive victory against the Saints, followed by a nice rest.Eagles TE Zach Ertz has already established a single-season franchise record with 93 receptions He’s 18 away from breaking Jason Witten’s NFL record for TEs.New York Giants (4-Cool at Washington (6-6)Remember Mark Sanchez? He’s now the Redskins‘ starter with both Alex Smith and Colt McCoy out with broken legs. It’s his first start since 2015, and the Redskins are a banged-up bunch everywhere.New York, which lost star safety Landon Collins (shoulder) for the rest of the season, has won three of four since its bye. RB Saquon Barkley and WR Odell Beckham Jr., are having big years despite a leaky offensive line.Atlanta (4-Cool at Green Bay (4-7-1)Most interesting story line is Joe Philbin taking over as Packers coach and calling plays for the first time in his pro career. Aaron Rodgers has thrown a franchise-record 336 attempts without an interception, trailing only Brady (358 in 2010-11) for the longest such stretch in league history.Linebacker Deion Jones had a career-high 15 tackles and one sack last week, returning after missing 10 games while injured. But the Atlanta defense is 31st against third downs (51 percent).Denver (6-6) at San Francisco (2-10)The Broncos have awakened with three consecutive victories. But they have one road win in the past 30 seasons vs. the 49ers. They lost top wideout Emmanuel Sanders in practice this week with a torn Achilles tendon.San Francisco’s five takeaways are the fewest through 12 games since at least 1940. The previous low was seven for Jacksonville in 2016.Carolina (6-6) at Cleveland (4-7-1)A four-game slide has seriously endangered the Panthers‘ playoff chances. Their passing game has struggled and now Cam Newton has a sore right shoulder. He was picked off four times last week.But they’re averaging 140.8 rushing yards per game, only behind Seattle’s 148.8.Coach Ron Rivera fired D-line coach Brady Hoke and assistant secondary/cornerbacks coach Jeff Imamura.Top overall draft pick Baker Mayfield threw three interceptions in the first half in a loss at Houston to dampen some of the enthusiasm in Cleveland. The Browns lead the AFC with 27 takeaways.New York Jets (3-9) at Buffalo (4-8)It looks as if Sam Darnold is recovered from his strained right foot, setting up a matchup with fellow first-round selection Josh Allen among rookie QB prospects.Darnold has a 3-6 record and has thrown a league-high 14 interceptions. Allen has 391 yards passing, three TDs and two interceptions, and 234 yards rushing and a TD in his past two games since missing four with a sprained right throwing elbow.Detroit (4-Cool at Arizona (3-9)The Lions have lost eight straight at Arizona, their last win coming in 1993. Plus, Detroit is 0-3 against the NFC West this season.Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald needs one catch to move ahead of Jerry Rice for the most receptions for one team in NFL history. Fitzgerald needs one TD catch to match Antonio Gates for sixth on the career list.
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