Week 14 NFL Power Rankings

Randall Cobb

29. New York Giants (LW: 26)

That can’t happen. Of all the losses of what has been a season-to-forget for the Giants, none is more unacceptable than dropping a game in Jacksonville. Obviously, upsets happen on a weekly basis, but New York was riding a six-game losing streak entering Sunday, and desperately needed to beat Jacksonville to stop the skid. At this point, even with a better record than the Jaguars, the Giants have proven to be one of the worst teams in the NFL, and have now clinched back-to-back losing seasons for the first time since 2003-2004.

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