In the first half of the Jets' season, almost anything that could have gone wrong, did.
With Sam Darnold sidelined for three games due to mono, plus other injuries to key players like CJ Mosley, the Jets stumbled out of the gates to a 1-7 record.
But Gang Green rebounded to beat the Giants last week in a 34-27 game, and now the team hopes to take some momentum into this Sunday's game at Washington.
The Redskins are just 1-8 on the season, and while they'll be starting an inexperienced Dwayne Haskins at quarterback, the Jets know that the they will pose a challenge.
"They've got some good players on the back end. Obviously (Landon Collins) is like their leader," Le'Veon Bell said. "He puts everybody in position and he makes a lot of plays for them. Very good player. Those guys play fast and they're physical up front, so it's going to be a tough challenge for us."
"We've got to obviously be on our details and make sure we don't hurt ourselves. I think we have a good chance at this one."
Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams is also expecting the Redskins to look for past weaknesses in New York's defense.
"This league is a copycat league, and when all of a sudden there's something that's popped against us, they're going to copycat that to see if we fixed it, even if they've never done it before," Williams said.