Week 5 Jets Roster Power Rankings Following an atrocious loss to the Jaguars Authentic Brian Winters Jersey , there was a lot of moving and shaking going on within my ranking of the top ten Jets. Letís dive in!The weekly rankings are based on my perception of total positive impact on the team over the season to that point, discounting player reputation, talent, or past performance.Previous rankings: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 410. Sam Darnold, QB (Last week: 9th)Keeping Darnold in the top 10 was an extremely tough decision. He has played very poorly two weeks in a row now. After going ultra-conservative against Cleveland, Darnold started to air it out against Jacksonville and just could not find a rhythm as he was wildly inaccurate downfield. He was bailed out of at least 3 should-be interceptions.On the season, he is now 30th of 34 qualifiers in passer rating. Darnold played well below average quarterback in the first quarter, following up two solid games with two very bad ones in which he played a large role in tanking the offense.Of course, this is all fine in grand scheme of things, as Darnoldís production level very closely matches what is expected of the average rookie. We knew the bumps would come. Heís slowly progressing, gradually getting more aggressive and getting closer with his deep passing.Despite Darnoldís struggles over the past two games, I could not find a player who deserved to be here over him. As I mentioned, he played two good games. He was very efficient in Detroit and played a strong game in Miami in which he was left hanging by his supporting cast. I donít think anybody who is not on this list has played more than one good game or had as much net impact as Darnold has with the way he played over the first two weeks.Check out the rest of the list, and definitely comment below on if you think there is anybody more deserving than Darnold who is not on the list.9. Leonard Williams, DL (Last week: Unranked)Williams had a very strong game in Jacksonville to rejoin the list. He had a sack Womens Brandon Copeland Jersey , 3 run stuffs, and forced a ton of pressure.On the whole, Williamsí first quarter was not up to his usual standards. However, he has still been a good player. He has a high floor based on his physical ability and the attention he draws.However, itís fair to be critical of him and expect more from him as an interior lineman who was drafted with the 6th pick and was pitched as the best player in his draft class.8. Morris Claiborne, CB (Last week: 10th)While he seems to be walking a tightrope, you canít argue with Claiborneís production to start the year. While he lucked out quite a bit against Miami in Week 2, Claiborne maintains season numbers of only 72 yards and 3 first downs allowed on 17 targets. All in all, heís allowed just a 29.5 passer rating when targeted.Has he been as good as that passer rating number indicates? Certainly not. He shouldíve been toast in Week 2 and over the past couple of weeks opposing offenses simply took advantage of greater weaknesses.However, Claiborne has taken hold of his new #2 role and thrived with it thus far. Iím hesitant to rank him highly until he can string together a few more lockdown performances without being bailed out, but to this point, his production is respectable.7.Avery Williamson, ILB (Debut)After a silent first couple of weeks in which he was not himself, Williamson has come alive over the past two weeks. He had 0 run stuffs and 2 tackles in the run game short of the first down marker over the first two weeks. Over the previous two, he has racked up 5 run stuffs and 14 tackles in the run game short of the sticks - the latter number leads the league over that span.He forced two turnovers against Jacksonville, tipping a pass leading to an interception and forcing a fumble.He has looked very much capable of filling the void left by Demario Davis over the past couple of weeks. If he can keep up his current level of play, he can fly up this list.6. Steve McLendon, DT (Last week: 7th)McLendon doesnít post flashy numbers Womens Doug Middleton Jersey , but he just goes out there and wins matchups, fills gaps, and stuffs runs.Heís got 5 run stuffs (same amount as Leonard Williams), a half sack, and a pass deflection playing only 44% of the Jets defensive snaps. Just a strong, high-motor vet.5. Henry Anderson, DT (Last week: 6th)It is hard to believe, but despite being 27 years old, Anderson is only in his 4th career season after being selected in the 3rd round of the 2015 draft. He entered this season with only 29 career games - which means in terms of real game experience, he has only barely completed 2 seasonsí worth.Anderson had been a respected performer in Indianapolis, but he just could never get things going as he struggled to stay healthy.He has stayed healthy in this Jets defensive line rotation that has had him playing 51% of the defensive snaps - second along the defensive front behind Leonard Williams. Heís made the most of his opportunities. Anderson has 2.5 sacks, a quarterback hit, 3 run stuffs, and 2 pass deflections already. His motor is always firing and he has underrated short area quickness that makes him a productive interior pass rusher.4. Darron Lee, ILB (Last week: 3rd)Lee took a big step back in coverage last week. While he was involved in a lot of the coverage breakdowns that may have been on coaching more than any particular player, he made a few mistakes in zone coverage.