John Sheridan feels League Two, in which just four of the 14 sides above Plymouth won this weekend, is a 'really funny' division.
Burton's 1-0 win at Home Park on Saturday meant they joined Newport, Dagenham, Morecambe and Scunthorpe as the only outfits above 15th-placed Plymouth to win - proving just how unpredictable the fourth tier of English football has been.
That loss ended Argyle's eight-game unbeaten run and the former Chesterfield manager knows a repeat of that run is needed to move up a division which will continue to throw up shock results every week.
"Everyone is on a very even keel," he explained.
"Teams are working their socks off to get points. It is just a really funny league and it is all about consistency.
"That is what it is all about at this level, if the players do get it in their game then a lot of them won't be playing at this level they'll be playing in a higher league."
One of the main reasons behind Argyle's recent run has been the form of goalkeeper Luke McCormick.
The former Oxford shotstopper was their man of the match against Torquay in midweek as he made a string of top-draw saves and Sheridan was quick to praise his recent displays.
"He's a very good keeper," he said. "And I think he's playing at the top of his game at the moment."