So used to snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, the Jets come into this week's game at Cleveland after doing just the opposite. A 23-20 overtime victory against the Lions helped the Jets avoid a losing streak and removes a sense of urgency from this week's game in Cleveland.

The Browns have long been league patsies, but they have beaten the Saints and Patriots in consecutive games. They have some trick plays, some defensive scores and running back Peyton Hillis to thank for that. But they also start rookie Colt McCoy at quarterback and don't have that many aerial weapons on which to rely. Tight end Benjamin Watson is the team's leading receiver. After that is Peyton Hillis. Joshua Cribbs, Mohamed Massaquoi and Chansi Stuckey don't inspire fear in anyone's mind.

Mark Sanchez hasn't bee inspiring fear in anyone's mind either. Well, maybe in those of Jets fans. The second-year quarterback, after not throwing a interception in his first five games this season, has now thrown five in his last three games. The Browns have made Drew Brees and Tom Brady pay for errant passes; they can certainly make Sanchez pay.

Of course, the other storyline in this game that between Rex Ryan, the Jets' head coach, and Rob Ryan, the Browns' defensive coordinator and Rex's twin brother. The two took turns razzing each other, with Rex wearing a wig and Rob wearing a belt around his stomach. The talk has been all in good fun, though Rex has a much better chance of smiling when they meet at midfield after Sunday's game.