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AFC East Power Rankings: NY Jets fall to last place in the division

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NY Jets, Mike White / Chris Pedota, NorthJersey.com / USA
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The NY Jets played their first divisional game against an opponent not named the New England Patriots in Week 10, and it went about as well as their previous two divisional matchups.

The Jets were blown out by the Buffalo Bills in Week 10 falling by a final score of 45-17 in a game that was never close. Much like their two losses to the Patriots, the Jets looked completely outclassed in every possible way.

That's three games against division rivals and three blowouts. Not exactly an ideal way to make your presence felt in the division.

The Jets will have a chance at revenge this week when they take on the Miami Dolphins, the only division rival they haven't played yet this season.

Safe to say, a blowout loss to the lowly Dolphins would be considered a low point for what has already been a difficult season for Gang Green.

The AFC East is very much a two-team race at the moment with the Bills and Patriots competing for bragging rights atop the division. Meanwhile, the Jets and Dolphins are battling it out for last place.

This week could change things with the Jets set to square off with their equally underwhelming rivals, but where do the teams stand as of now?

Let's take a look at the AFC East power rankings after 10 weeks.

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