All-Time Record: Raiders lead series 23-18-2 (.558)
2019 record: 7-9
Division Finish: (3rd/AFC East)
Head Coach: Adam Gase
Key additions: T Mekhi Becton, WR Denzel Mims, C/G Josh Andrews, CB Pierre Desir, T George Fant, RB Frank Gore, DE Jordan Jenkins, G Alex Lewis, C Connor McGovern, LB Patrick Onwuasor, WR Breshad Perriman, CB Brian Poole, OL Greg Van Roten
Notable players: QB Sam Darnold, RB Le'Veon Bell, LB C.J. Mosley, DL Quinnen Williams
Key losses: QB Trevor Siemian, WR Robby Anderson, WR Demaryius Thomas, T Ryan Kalil, T Kelvin Beachum, LB Brandon Copeland, CB Darryl Roberts, CB Maurice Canady'
• Las Vegas leads the all-time series 23-18-2 (.535), with a 2-2 record in the postseason.
• This season's contest will mark the 15th time these teams have met in the regular season since 2000. The Jets own a 8-6 advantage in the series since 2000.
• The Raiders are seeking their first win against the Jets in MetLife Stadium (opened in 2010), but are 9-11 overall on the road against New York.
• The Silver and Black's last victory on the road against the Jets came on Oct. 6, 1996 when they defeated the club, 34-13. The Raiders have dropped their last five contests on the road against the Jets.
• Raiders senior offensive assistant John Morton spent one season with the Jets as the offensive coordinator in 2017.
• Raiders senior defensive assistant Jim O'Neil worked as the assistant defensive backs coach for the Jets for three seasons from 2010-12.
• Raiders quality control - offense coach Tim Berbenich started his NFL coaching career with New York as an offensive assistant from 2003-04 and additionally as a quality control coach in 2005.