The state of Florida has seen better times in the National Football League.
The Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars all lost in Week 13, and consequently, each team dropped in all the major power rankings throughout the Inteweb.
Over at ESPN, the Buccaneers are ranked No. 15, down three spots from last week after losing to the Denver Broncos in Week 13. Miami's free fall continues at ESPN as well, as the Dolphins were dropped two spots to No. 20, after a loss to the New England Patriots.
As expected, the Jacksonville Jaguars are ranked last, after losing to the Buffalo Bills.
Over at CBS Sports, the script is eerily similar -- though the verdict is harsher on the Dolphins. Tampa Bay is ranked No. 15, while the Dolphins are ranked No. 25 -- five spots lower than ESPN. Jacksonville is ranked one spot higher at CBS -- No. 31, while the Oakland Raiders are ranked last.
Here at SB Nation, the Bucs are ranked No. 15, while the Dolphins are No. 20. Jacksonville has its highest ranking at SB Nation, coming in at No. 30.