It's not that crazy, as crazy as that may sound. The Jets' matchup this Sunday against the winless, lowly Browns is ... a trap game.

Winners of two straight, the Jets are flying high. A victory on Sunday would give them their first winning record since Jan. 1, 2016, and throw one more shot at the many, many critics who wrote them off before the year.

With a roster comprised of mostly youngers and a few sporadic veterans, this newfound success could get to their headers.

Just don't tell Todd Bowles that.

"We're not good enough to look past anybody," the coach said. "Really, we're not."

The Jets are -- again, as crazy as this may sound -- playing some pretty good football these last two weeks. Their offense, while not the greatest show on turf, is competent. Their defense, while not the '85 Bears, improving. They believe in each other, which is masking some of their obvious talent deficiencies.