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32. Jacksonville Jaguars Now that Rashad Jennings is out of the lineup with a concussion, the Jags are officially the worst team in the league. 31. Oakland Raiders After a poor loss to the Browns at home, they are giving the Jags a run for their money. 30. Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City overcame adversity against the Panthers in a big way. Is this the spark that propels Kansas City to future success? 29. Carolina Panthers Cam Newton played well. Its too bad that Cam Newton can’t block, play defense and kick the ball as well. 28. Philadelphia Eagles Eagles fans rejoice! Nick Foles will bail you guys out and have a great season. Next year perhaps? 27. Detroit Lions It has been a long season in Detroit. Ryan Broyles is out for the year and Titus Young is no longer on the team. Good times. 26. San Diego Chargers The Chargers blew yet another halftime lead at home. Norv Turner is going to be looking for work come January. 25. Cleveland Browns Cleveland has its first two game winning streak since the beginning of 2011. Is this a sign of things to come? 24. Arizona Cardinals When your quarterback goes 10-31, he needs to be replaced. Poor Larry Fitzgerald. 23. Tennessee Titans Jake Locker gets one more year before the bust label officially can be placed on him. 22. New Orleans Saints Drew Brees played the worst game of his career on Thursday night. His five interceptions were a career high. 21. St. Louis Rams The Rams came within 26 seconds of another tie against San Francisco. However, it’s tough to lose when you have a clutch kicker. 20. Washington Redskins RGIII is perhaps the best quarterback of the draft this year. He will be taking the Redskins far in coming years. 19. New York Jets They are without a doubt the worst team to get a win this week. That had to be a tough game to watch as a Jets fan. 18. Miami Dolphins The Dolphins didn’t look bad against New England. Unfortunately, close enough isn’t good enough in the NFL. 17. Buffalo Bills They beat Jacksonville. At least they did it. Fitz even threw a pass longer than 5 yards. 16. Minnesota Vikings A win against the Pack would have been clutch. They aren’t there as a team yet. 15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa will be a good team next season. Finding a more consistent quarterback would be a start as well as a couple of corners. 14. Dallas Cowboys Romo showed why he is so valuable to that team. If Dallas keeps it up, they could find themselves in the playoffs. 13. Cincinnati Bengals A four game win streak has pushed them to the brink of the playoffs. Its too bad that they won’t get there. 12. Seattle Seahawks A gritty win against a good team on the road shows good growth. Russell Wilson is going to be a star someday. 11. Pittsburgh Steelers Charlie Batch proved he still belongs on a NFL roster. You could tell that he really wanted that victory Sunday. 10. Chicago Bears Tough loss to Seattle on Sunday. Chicago’s defense couldn’t keep up with the run game Seattle had going. 9. Indianapolis Colts The Colts showed the league that they are for real with a clutch last second victory. Andrew Luck could be the MVP of the league as well as the best rookie in the league. 8. Green Bay Packers Barely beating Minnesota was good enough to regain the top spot in the NFC North. 7. New York Giants Eli Manning needs his star players to shine even brighter down the stretch. Expect New York to surge to the playoffs. 6. San Francisco 49ers The Niners have to learn to beat teams in their own division if they expect to win a title. Seattle may be a dangerous team down the stretch. 5. Baltimore Ravens Their defense has taken a couple of steps back. Ed Reed still dominates, but everyone else is regressing. 4. Denver Broncos Peyton Manning is going to get serious MVP consideration. He has taken that team to a division title and it isn’t even Christmas. 3. New England Patriots Tom Brady won his 10th divisional title on Sunday. That is the most ever in NFL history. He could make it 14 or 15 before he retires. 2. Atlanta Falcons They finally took care of business against an opponent who knew them well. That could be their toughest game until January. 1. Houston Texans Houston is by far the best team in the league right now. They have a great defense, a good running game and they don’t make mistakes. That is how a team wins a Super Bowl. Author Bio: Don Phan is a full-time marketing analyst at Fanatics Inc. and part-time sports writer. Fanatics Inc. is a leading online retailer of licensed sports merchandise with several brands, and boasts an immense selection of Houston Texans memorabilia.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars lost running back Rashad Jennings and wide receiver Cecil Shorts after each player suffered a concussion during yesterday’s loss to the Buffalo Bills, reports the Associated Press. Coach Mike Mularkey said Jennings’ status is uncertain because the player will have to pass a series of NFL-mandated tests before he can be cleared to play. That will...

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Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Cecil Shorts and running back Rashad Jennings, who are each recovering from concussions, haven’t been cleared to participate in practice yet, while running back Maurice Jones-Drew remains out due to his foot injury. The Jaguars are extremely thin at running back at this point, as their top three options are all dealing with injuries. Jones...

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