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Jets fall further in rankings

It's hard to remember at this point, but the Jets ranked 10th on our list in Week 1. After an embarrassing loss to the Colts on Monday night, they fell three spots and hit a new low for the season. Power Rankings

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Giants losing more ground in rankings

Two weeks ago, Big Blue leapt 10 spots on our list, landing all the way at No. 6. However, the Giants have given up nearly all of that ground since, including a four-spot drop this week. Power Rankings

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony's averaging career-lows - or near career-lows -- in minutes, usage, field goal attempts per game and turnovers. His 3 game-sealing shots have drawn attention, but Anthony's also been comfortable deferring to teammates:

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Cavs-Knicks meet Wednesday in wake of Phil's 'posse' comments (0:52)
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Arrest made in fatal shooting of ex-NFL player Joe McKnight (1:02)
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Stephen A. blasts Jets for jeopardizing Bowles' reputation (1:19)

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Luis Rojas will manage Double-A Binghamton, which is now known as the Rumble Ponies. He moves up from St. Lucie to replace Vegas-bound Pedro Lopez. Glenn Abbott will serve as pitching coach and Luis Natera will serve as hitting coach.

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Stugotz lashes out at the Jets organization (2:14)

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Mets already have done recent deals with CAA for Yoenis Cespedes and Tim Tebow. That agency has plenty of free-agent relievers who seem on the Mets' radar too: Belisle, Blanton, Tazawa, Storen and Logan. Before committing, though, it seems the Mets would like to trade an outfielder, likely Jay Bruce, in order to see if they can get a reliever in return and lessen the need to rely on free agency.

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Derek Jeter's best moments (1:58)
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Colts, Jets headed in opposite directions

Monday night's win broke a five-game prime-time losing streak for the Colts, who moved into a tie for first place in the AFC South. Meanwhile, the Jets have lost four straight for the second time this season. (ESPN Stats & Info)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The average ticket price for Derek Jeter Day on Mother's Day is $771, according to TicketiQ.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets defensive snap count (based on 73): DL -- L. Williams 69, Wilkerson 62, Richardson 44, Simon 39, Johnson 7; LB -- Harris 73, Lee 73, Catapano 63, Jenkins 48, Stanford 8; DB -- Miles 73, Gilchrist 73, Revis 73, Skrine 68, Roberts 23. The story here is Richardson. He didn't play much in the second half and finished with his lowest snap pct. of the season. It probably was performance-related; he wasn't credited with a single tackle. Simon, a developing player, played a career-high in snaps.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets offensive snap counts (based on 52): QB -- Bryce Petty 27, Ryan Fitzpatrick 25; RB -- Bilal Powell 28, Matt Forte 24, C.J. Spiller 10; WR -- Brandon Marshall 48, Quincy Enunwa 48, Robby Anderson 42, Charone Peake 17 TE -- Austin Seferian-Jenkins 19, Brandon Bostick 14, Eric Tomlinson 10. C Nick Mangold aggravated his ankle injury and missed the last seven plays. That bears watching.

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Kellerman says Bowles deserves better than the Jets (1:23)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the themes that emerged from the Jets' post-game locker room was the issue of effort. DE Mo Wilkerson said, "Guys have to play harder. We played like s---." Coach Todd Bowles said, "I don't think we had a lot of effort." Whoa, that's a harsh assessment. A fed up Bowles added, "We're going to see who wants to play. We're going to fight and play until the end and play the guys that want to play." Look for some lineup changes other that the QB switch.

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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees will retire Derek Jeter's No. 2 and unveil his Monument Park plaque on Mother's Day, May 14 at Yankee Stadium.

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