NFL Power Rankings: Jets Stay Steady

Elliot Harrison, NFL Media Analyst
Jets No. 10 (Up 3)
Ryan Fitzpatrick is one wicked-hot quarterback right now. Amish-bearded Fitzpatrick (his first 10 games): 219.9 yards per game, 16 touchdowns, 11 picks, 81.5 passer rating. Trimmed Fitzpatrick (the last three games): 310.0 yards per game, nine touchdowns, zero picks, 111.5 passer rating.
Peter King, The MMQB
Jets No. 10 (Up 2)
I do not want to play that defense right now.

Bleacher Report
Sean Tomlinson, NFL Analyst
Jets No. 10 (Up 1)
Fitzpatrick has a passer rating of 111.5 during that stretch while averaging 310.0 passing yards per game. He's also thrown nine touchdowns passes with zero interceptions.

CBS Sports
Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
Jets No. 10 (Up 1)
Three consecutive victories has them on the rise. They would be in the playoffs if they started today.

ESPN's Power Panel: Group of More Than 80 Writers, Editors & TV Personalities
Jets No. 10 (No Change)
Brandon Marshall is just five receptions shy of breaking the Jets' single-season franchise record. He has caught a touchdown in 10 games this season, best in the NFL.

Fox Sports
Dan Schneier
Jets No. 10 (No Change)
The duo of Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker caught touchdown passes in the same game for the seventh time this season, also tying the single-season record for most TD receptions by teammates.

CBS Sports
Pat Kirwan, NFL Insider
Jets No. 10 (No Change)
The defense is dominant, and they continue to run the ball well. But Ryan Fitzpatrick and the passing game is what has put this team over the top and squarely in the playoff race.

Yahoo Sports
Frank Schwab, Shutdown Corner
Jets No. 11 (Up 1)
Todd Bowles has done a fine job.

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