New York Jets: Final Individual Player Grades for 2012

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New York Jets: Final Individual Player Grades for 2012
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Although the New York Jets season was over long ago, the season officially wrapped with a 28-9 loss to the Buffalo Bills on December 30.

All season, Bleacher Report has been issuing unit and individual grades during and immediately following every single game for every team all season.

It's been a way to measure the progress of the players as individuals and the specific units on every team.

Now that the season is over, it's time to take a look at the big picture.

In one final assessment of the regular season, every key player on the roster will be evaluated and graded.

While it's easy to just give the Jets a big fat "F" for their entire season, there were a number of very good individual performances along the way.

LaRon Landry, Antonio Cromartie and Muhammad Wilkerson provided outstanding play on defense all season, and young players like Quinton Coples, Jeremy Kerley and Bilal Powell began to emerge as a new generation of Jets.

Here's one final evaluation of every player's performance during the 2012 season.


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