AFC Power Rankings Week 9: MNF Update

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New York Jets. 6. player. 30. <p>Last week, it was the Texans who embarrassed themselves with terrible tackling. Surprisingly, it was the Jets this week who earn the worst tacklers award. On Michael Crabtree’s touchdown, it looked like the Jets surrounding him pretty much gave up on the play, allowing Crabtree to waltz into the end zone. And then there was Taiwan Jones’ catch-and-run, which featured four or five blatantly missed tackles.</p> <p>This Jets team is designed to win by running the ball well, suffocating opponents at the line of scrimmage and winning the physical battle in general. None of those things happened in Oakland yesterday, as the Jets’ top rusher was Geno Smith, the front seven allowed 118 rushing yards and the Raiders easily were the more physically capable team.</p>. AFC East. 4-3

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