The 2015 NFL regular season ended mercifully for some and triumphantly for others. Or in a few cases already, it ended in unemployment.
For the Atlanta Falcons' Julio Jones and the Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown it ended in history. Prior to this season only one wide receiver had recorded 135-plus receptions. Both Jones and Brown joined that club during the same year with 136 catches apiece.
And for the New York Jets' Ryan Fitzpatrick the season ended in sheer misery when he threw three interceptions in a game his team needed to win for a playoff berth. Fitzpatrick had tossed just one interception over his previous five games.
The end varies from individual to individual and from team to team. Let's use the weekly power rankings to sort through all the endings from Week 17.
These rankings aren't the standings. Instead, what follows is an analysis of how each team stacks up based on performance, regardless of what its record says. It's subjective, sure, but agreeing on everything (or anything) isn't fun, right?
And remember, I probably hate your favorite team.