With half of the 2013 NFL season in the books, 15 of the NFL's 32 teams are .500 or better, meaning that aside from a few team's standing out from the crowd such as the 8-0 Chiefs and 7-1 Broncos, plenty of teams are still in the hunt. While the Jets and Cowboys seem focused on breaking their fans' hearts at inconsistent 4-4 records, the Bengals and Lions looked primed for playoff contention through gutsy and dramatic performances.Here's What Else We Learned:Jets Consistently Inconsistent: For the tenth consecutive week, the Jets have failed to win two games in a row. After their victory last week over the New England Patriots, many thought Gang Green had finally begun to head in the right direction with rookie QB Geno Smith. But after a 49-9 drubbing at the hands of the AFC North-leading Bengals this week - thanks mainly to a four-TD game from Bengals WR Marvin Jones - the questions surrounding the Jets aren't going anywhere anytime soon.Broncos Ride Over Skins: Washington had a 21-14 lead going into the fourth quarter, but Peyton Manning, his receiving core and Knowshon Moreno had other plans. Connecting with eight different receivers and throwing four TDs, it's crazy to think...