Coffee with the New York Jets: The latest NFL Power Rankings


Grab a hot cup of coffee and enjoy some excellent reading material on the New York Jets from across the internet. In this edition, the latest NFL Power Rankings for the Jets, a look at the latest on Antonio Cromartie and why Darrelle Revis is absolutely looking forward to facing Andrew Luck. Enjoy!

NFL Power Rankings: Jets Make a Slight Move by Eric Allen (

"The Colts went 6-2 at home last season, but those two losses came in prime time matchups against the Eagles and the Patriots. And the Eagles contest was a Monday night affair in Week 2 at Lucas Oil Stadium. If another team in green can go to Indy and win in Week 2, they’ll continue to climb up the various power rankings."

Former Browns WR Terrelle Pryor will work out for Jets next week by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"The Jets have a crowded receiving corps, especially with rookie Devin Smith close to returning from a summer-long rib injury. They have six receivers on the 53-man roster. Pryor (6-foot-4, 223 pounds) is a versatile athlete and could fill a variety of roles."

Notes/Quotes: Cromartie’s Knee ‘Feels Good’ by Randy Lange (

"So it seemed normal to see “Cro” back in the locker room smiling today after a serious-looking non-contact knee injury against the Browns at MetLife Stadium. But that didn’t make the injury any less easy to take when it happened."

Muhammad Wilkerson focused on playing ‘as best I can,’ not on contract by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"“I’m a competitor, but I’m not going to compete with those people upstairs,” Wilkerson told on Wednesday. “If they feel I’m worthy or not worthy, whatever the case may be, that’s on them. I know what I’m capable of doing.”"

Why the Jets, Darrelle Revis are so wary of Andrew Luck by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"A week after facing the underwhelming Browns quarterback duo of and , the Jets get Luck on Monday night in Indianapolis. It’s like going from grade-school arithmetic to advanced calculus in one week. Josh McCown Johnny Manziel"

Why Antonio Cromartie won’t play ‘until he’s 100 percent’ by George Willis (New York Post)

"The Jets are grateful, too. Losing Cromartie after one half would have been a blow to the gut. Much has been made of his reunion with Darrelle Revis as anchors to the Jets’ secondary."

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