NFL Power Rankings: The Final Standings

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Yahoo Sports
Frank Schwab, Shutdown Corner
Jets No. 10 (Down 1)
They deserved a better ending.

SI.com
Peter King, The MMQB
Jets No. 11 (Down 3)
Five wins in a row, then they lost to Rex "Kryptonite" Ryan. Can't make them plummet over that.

Bleacher Report
Brent Sobleski, NFL Analyst
Jets No. 12 (Down 2)
While the team's finish against the Buffalo Bills can't be described as anything other than disappointing, the organization took a step in the right direction this season.

ESPN.com
ESPN's Power Panel: Group of More Than 80 Writers, Editors & TV Personalities
Jets No. 12 (Down 7)
Sorry, Jets fans. You join the 2014 Eagles, 2013 Cardinals, 2012 Bears, 2010 Giants and 2010 Buccaneers as recent 10-win teams that failed to make the playoffs.

CBS Sports
Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
Jets No. 13 (Down 5)
They gagged away a playoff chance at Buffalo, but Todd Bowles did a heck of a job with this team in his first year.

CBS Sports
Pat Kirwan, NFL Insider
Jets No. 13 (Down 7)
The Jets falling short of the playoffs is definitely disappointing given the opportunity they had. But given where we thought they'd be in August, it's hard to term the season a disappointment.

NFL.com
Elliot Harrison, NFL Media Analyst
Jets No. 14 (Down 9)
Missed opportunities abounded for the now-non-playoff-bound Jets. But don't let that obscure a fine 10-win season, or the fact that Todd Bowles deserves Coach of the Year mention.

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