FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) The New York Jets insisted they weren’t listening when all the talk was about how awful they’d be this season.
Now that they’re one of the NFL’s early season surprises at 2-2 and favored by some to beat winless Cleveland, they’re not buying into that hype, either.
“We’re not good enough to look past anybody,” coach Todd Bowles said Thursday. “Really, we’re not. We just work every day to get better from the week before.”