AFC Power Rankings Week 10: Pats, Bengals rule the land (MNF Update)

4 of 16

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

52. <p>The Jaguars deserve credit for holding New York Jets power back Chris Ivory to 26 yards on 23 carries, although Ivory did churn out two touchdowns in short-yardage situations near the goal line. Also encouraging was the young wide receiving duo of Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson; those young guns combined for 11 catches, 243 yards and a touchdown between the two of them. Blake Bortles has weapons at his disposal, that’s for sure.</p> <p>What wasn’t so good was the Jags turning the ball over four times on Sunday. Bortles committed three of those giveaways (two picks, one fumble). The Jaguars are only two games out of the AFC South lead, so cleaning it up in the turnover department could be the difference between the Jags contending for a playoff spot and… well, not contending for a playoff spot, per usual.</p>. AFC South. 2-6. Jacksonville Jaguars. 13. player

Next: 12. Houston Texans