The Jets' 28-9 loss in the regular-season finale was just more of what the team has experienced all season. Missed assignments, miscommunication, turnovers and bad decisions. The Jets (6-10) have a lot of rebuilding to do for 2013.

Offense: D

Quarterback Mark Sanchez (17 of 25, 205 touchdowns, 1 interception, 1 fumble, 0 touchdowns) regained his starting role after Greg McElroywas sidelined with a concussion against the Chargers last week.

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The game against the Bills was similar to most he’s played this year -- ineffective in the passing game with turnovers in the red zone. He also had a pick-six. A mild bright spot was running back Shonn Greene going over 1,000 yards for the second straight season. Running back Bilal Powell had a few decent runs finishing with 12 rushes for 56 yards. Previous game’s grade: F

Defense: B-

For the most part, they were solid against the Bills run offense including, most importantly, C.J. Spiller. Spiller has 12 rushes for 56 yards, but the passing defense was a different story. Spiller had two catches for 72 yards including one career-high for 66 yards. They allowed their first 100-plus receiving game of the year allowing Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson six catches for 111 yards. Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was 12 of 26 for 225 yards and one touchdown, but the defense put up no sacks and ultimately allowed the Bills 3344 yards. Previous game’s grade C+

Special teams: C+

Kicker Nick Folk had one field goal tipped, which fortunately went in. However, he then had another blocked. WR/PR Jeremy Kerley set a record with 36 fair catches on the season. Nothing spectacular in special teams coordinator Mike Westhoff’s final game before retirement. Previous game’s grade: B

Coaching: D-

They lost badly to a team that came in with a worse record than themselves (5-10). The offense did little, and the defense managed to allow 28 points by making mistakes on a handful of big plays. It was a crystallization of everything that has gone on all year. Reports already say offensive coordinator Tony Sparano will be fired and defensive coordinator is leaving. Previous game’s grade: D+

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