Number 17: Miami Dolphins (8-7) – Last Week 14
The Miami Dolphins do not deserve to make the playoffs after that embarrassing performance against the Bills. Just an awful performance. Those players need to be ashamed of themselves.
Number 18: St. Louis Rams (7-8) – Last Week 19
The St. Louis Rams have been able to close out the season on a real high note. Imagine if this team didn’t lose their quarterback early on in the season. Hats off to Coach Fisher and the rest of the staff.
Number 19: Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8) – Last Week 20
The Pittsburgh Steelers kept their playoff chances alive with a win against Green Bay this past Sunday. They need a win and a loss from the Ravens, Dolphins and Chargers to make the playoffs.
Number 20: New York Jets (7-8) – Last Week 21
Geno Smith looked very good against Cleveland this past week, but then again, what quarterback doesn’t? I never thought I would say this, but they need to keep Rex Ryan for another season. He has done a great job this year.
Number 21: Tennessee Titans (6-9) – Last Week 22
Tennessee was able to snap their three game losing streak this past week with a win against division rival Jacksonville Jaguars. It will be interesting to see what they will do with the quarterback position next season. Do you keep Jake Locker or draft another signal caller?
Number 22: New York Giants (6-9) – Last Week 23
Eli Manning was able to defeat Matthew Stafford in the game of interceptions this past week. Unfortunately, that won’t help make Eli’s Christmas any sweeter as they will miss the playoffs.
Number 23: Buffalo Bills (6-9) – Last Week 24
The Bills completely dominated Miami in every phase of the ball this past Sunday. They were also able to set a franchise record for most sacks in a season with 56. They also have three players with 10 or more sacks which is a very impressive thing to do.
Number 24: Detroit Lions (7-8) – Last Week 15
I cannot believe the Detroit Lions blew their season like this. Matthew Stafford looks uncomfortable and Jim Schwartz needs to be fired. I don’t care what the players have to say.
Number 25: Oakland Raiders (4-11) – Last Week 25
I really hope that Dennis Allen keeps his job when the season is over. He has done a phenomenal job with the lack of resources and players he has had to work with.
Number 26: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-11) – Last Week 26
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are a team that had tons of potential heading into this season. Obviously the Josh Freeman incident set this team back, however, with the way Glennon has played this season and the amount of young talent this team possesses, the expectations will be high next season in Tampa.
Number 27: Minnesota Vikings (4-10-1) – Last Week 27
The Vikings were completely ran out of the building this past week against the Bengals. I’m not sure coach Leslie Frazier will be back next season.
Number 28: Jacksonville Jaguars (4-11) – Last Week 28
The Jacksonville Jaguars have cooled off after their three game win streak. Better luck next year, Jacksonville.
Number 29: Atlanta Falcons
Real tough loss for the Falcons. They had a chance to go into San Francisco and upset them during the final game at Candlestick Park. This would have been a huge confidence boost close out the season, instead, they will be heading into their game against Carolina with their heads down. Unfortunate season for this team.
Number 30: Cleveland Browns (4-11) – Last Week 30
The Browns continued the dismal season with a very poor performance against the New York Jets. They made Geno Smith look like Joe Namath out there.
Number 31: Washington Redskins (3-12) – Last Week 31
The Kirk Cousins experiment has not really been a success in Washington. Also, Mike Shanahan will most likely coach his final game on the Washington sideline this Sunday.
Number 32: Houston Texans (2-13) – Last Week 32
After starting off 2-0 the Houston Texans have lost 13 straight games. I guess it isn’t that bad as they will most likely receive the first pick in the draft.
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