Who cares if people recognize you? This is about winning. Dan Leberfeld

Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall feels he doesn’t get the credit he deserves.

“I definitely think I’m one of the best out there,” Marshall told SiriusXM Mad Dog Radio. “I take pride in my work. I don’t look at it as, my approach is not one of I’m going out there to be the best wide receiver and run great routes, I look at it as my life’s work. Football doesn’t define me, but it’s a part of a bigger picture. And it’s my craft, it’s art to me. And when I go out there I just try my best to not only be the No. 1 receiver on my team, but being the No. 1 receiver in the league.

“And to be totally honest and transparent, it pisses me off that no one recognizes that. And it’s OK because all you can do is put your head down and work, and when you get your opportunities it will happen.”

Whether people recognize you really shouldn’t matter. Who cares? It’s a waste of energy.

Winning is the only thing that matters.

And his team is doing well on that front, currently 2-0.