Jets No. 8 (Up 6)
Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
Jets No. 9 (Up 3)
At. 5-3, they have a chance to take a real lead in the AFC wild-card race if they can beat the Bills Thursday night.
Sean Tomlinson, NFL Analyst
Jets No. 9 (Up 2)
The New York Jets won a slop-filled game, beating the Jaguars 28-23. Those who enjoy pleasant thoughts will focus on wide receiver Brandon Marshall's game-winning touchdown grab with just under three minutes left in the fourth quarter.
Peter King, The MMQB
Jets No. 10 (Up 4)
Brandon Marshall is on pace for 108 catches, 1,460 yards, 10 touchdowns. Not a bad move, Mike Maccagnan, getting him for swapping a fifth-round pick for a seventh-rounder.
Elliot Harrison, NFL Media Analyst
Jets No. 11 (No Change)
Entertaining contest from the New Meadowlands this past Sunday, with Brandon Marshall making a remarkable catch (with a dash of offensive pass interference) to put the Jets up two scores.
ESPN's Power Panel: Group of More Than 80 Writers, Editors & TV Personalities
Jets No. 11 (Up 1)
The Jets need Chris Ivory to get past his recent injuries. Ivory has 84 yards on 55 rushes (1.53 yards per rush) in the Jets' past three games.
Frank Schwab, Shutdown Corner
Jets No. 12 (Up 1)
Weirdest stat line of the NFL season: Chris Ivory with his 26 yards on 23 carries ... and two touchdowns. Can't imagine we'll see a stranger one the rest of this year either.
Pat Kirwan, NFL Insider
Jets No. 13 (Up 2)
The Jets won one that they had to have last week. They're hoping it starts a second-half run. They have four more division games, but only one game against a team that currently has a winning record in the Giants at 5-4.