Jets vs. Titans: Final Report Card, Player Grades for New York Jets

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Jets vs. Titans: Final Report Card, Player Grades for New York Jets
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With Christmas just one week away, the New York Jets left fans a huge steaming pile of horse manure under the tree.

Mark Sanchez was as careless as he ever was, the offensive line couldn't protect him against one of the worst pass-rushing defenses in the league and Tony Sparano looked as if he was trying to get himself fired.

With the season on the line, the team's offense gave a gutless performance against one of the worst defenses in the NFL, and it ended up being the final death knell of the 2012 season.

It's a shame that the offense couldn't muster even two touchdowns, because for much of the night, the defense continued a dominant performance.

While there were very good performances turned in by Muhammad Wilkerson, Quinton Coples, Mike DeVito and Antonio Cromartie, it wasn't enough to keep the Jets' season alive.

With their eighth loss of the year, it's time to let the young players play to see what they have.  

Antonio Allen, Demario Davis, Greg McElroy and even practice-squad staples Jordan White and Josh Bush should see extended action because the Jets are going to have to make some major decisions going forward after this year.

But before we move on to 2013, let's see how many F's can be given out in one slideshow. 

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