30. Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars pulled off one of the shockers of the season as they defeated the Buffalo Bills by a final score of 9-6 in what was an ugly game.
The Bills were abysmal, but give the Jaguars credit here. Jacksonville entered the game banged up and even saw rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence leave for a portion of the afternoon.
This Jaguars team is still bad, but they've now won two of their last three games. The arrow is point of for Urban Meyer's squad.
29. New York Jets
The Jets came back down to earth following a stunning upset over the Cincinnati Bengals, falling to the Colts on Thursday Night Football.
Mike White got hurt. The defense melted down. And once again, pessimism reigned supreme at Florham Park.
Still, the Jets have scored two victories over perceived "good" teams. They beat the then-AFC-best Bengals and the now-AFC-best Titans.
Will they be able to keep up the same level of offensive production once Zach Wilson inevitably returns? That much remains to be seen.
But this Jets team does have fight in them.