AFC Power Rankings: Patriots lead the way into Week 5

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4. player. 30. <p>The Jets can be a very good team when the ground game is rolling and Ryan Fitzpatrick doesn’t have to shoulder the entire offensive load. That’s exactly what happened in the Jets’ win overseas on Sunday, as Chris Ivory pounded the Dolphins for 166 yards on the ground, which freed-up Fitzy to hit Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker all game long (Fitzpatrick also scrambled for 34 yards, impressively).</p> <p>The tone was set when Fitzpatrick slung it out deep to Marshall on the first play, culminating in a 58-yard completion that would have been six points if the ball had a little more air under it.</p> <p>You can bet that while they aren’t taking the Redskins for granted next week, the Jets have their sights set on their trip to Foxboro the following week to face the Pats.</p>. AFC East. 3-1. New York Jets

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