Raiders Beat Jets at Home, 34-20**
- The Raidersimprove to 4-3 on the season and 2-2 at home with a 34-20 win against the New York Jets.
- The Raiders now have two separate two-game winning streaks in the same season for the first time since 2011.
- The Raiders earned a home win immediately following a road victory for the first time since Nov. 27, 2011 vs. Chicago, as the Raiders defeated Minnesota on the road the week prior (Nov. 20, 2011).
Raiders Lead by 15 at Halftime; Total 34 Points
- The Raiders led 21-6 at halftime, marking the first time since 1991 (Weeks 12-13) the Raiders have taken leads of at least 15 points into halftime in back-to-back games.
- Oakland has scored at least 30 points in a game three times in a season for the first time since 2010.
300-Yard Passer, 100-Yard Rusher and 100-Yard Receiver
- The Raiders offense boasted a 300-yard passer (Derek Carr, 333), a 100-yard rusher (Latavius Murray, 113) and a 100-yard receiver (Crabtree, 102) in the same game for the second time this season.
Carr Turns In Elite Performance
- QB Derek Carrfinished the game 26-of-33 passing (78.8 percent) with 333 yards, four touchdowns and a passer rating of 130.9. The four touchdown passes tie Carr's single-game high (Oct. 12, 2014 vs. SD), and three of them were for 35-or-more yards.
- Carr is the fifth Raiders quarterback with 300 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions in a game, and the first since Rich Gannon (Sept. 29, 2002 vs. Ten.).
- Carr's passer rating of 130.9 marks his sixth career 100-plus rating and his fourth of the season. The Raiders are now 5-1 when Carr posts a rating of at least 100.0 points, and 4-0 this season.
- Carris the first Raiders player since Kerry Collins (2004) with three touchdown passes in back-to-back games. Collins is also the last Raider with three first-half touchdown passes (Dec. 19, 2004).
- Carrrecorded his fourth career 300-yard passing game and his third of the season.
- Carrhad his fifth career multi-touchdown first half and his first three-touchdown first half. Carr now has 11 touchdowns and just one interception in first halves this season.
Woodson Records 65th Career Pick
S Charles Woodson recorded his 65th career interception, tying him with Ken Riley for fifth place on the all-time list. * *Woodson's *interception moves him into sole possession of second place for the most interceptions since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. He trails only Raiders assistant defensive backs coach Rod Woodson (71). * *Woodson *is the second player to record at least three interceptions at 39 or older. Only Darrell Green (seven) had previously accomplished the feat. * *Woodson's five INTs on the season are tied for his most as a Raider with his rookie campaign in 1998. * Woodson's five INTs this year are tied for the most in the NFL.* **
Murray Eclipses 100-Yard Mark
- RB Latavius Murrayeclipsed the 100-yard mark for the second time this season (Sept. 27 at Cle.), finishing with 20 carries for 113 yards (5.7 avg.).
- Murray's average of 5.7 yards per rush is the highest of his career (min. five attempts).
- Murray's first carry of the game was a 26-yard scamper to the right side, giving him a new career high for rushing yards in a season (previous high: 424 in 2014).* *
Crabtree Totals 100 Yards and Scores
- WR Michael Crabtreerecorded his 10th career 100-yard receiving game, finishing with seven receptions for 102 yards (14.6 avg.) and one touchdown.
- Crabtreescored on a 36-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter by breaking multiple Jets tackles on his way to the end zone. Crabtree now has three touchdowns on the year and 29 in his career.
- For the first time since 2002 (Charlie Garner, Jerry Porter and Jerry Rice), three Raiders have at least three receiving touchdowns through the team's first seven games.
Holmes Scores Two Touchdowns
WR Andre Holmes *got back into the offensive mix with two touchdown receptions, a 5-yarder in the first quarter and a season-long 49-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Holmes now has eight career touchdowns and three on the season. * *Holmes *is the first Raiders receiver since Jerry Porter (Dec. 19, 2004 vs. Ten.) with two receiving touchdowns in the first half of a game. * *Holmes **now has two career multi-touchdown games, with his last coming on Oct. 12, 2014 vs. San Diego.
Jones Streaks for 59-Yard Touchdown
- RB Taiwan Jones scored his first career touchdown on a 59-yard catch-and-run, putting the Raiders ahead 28-6 in the third quarter. The 59-yard reception was also the longest offensive gain of his career, rushing or receiving (previous long: 52-yard reception).
- Jonesadded a 41-yard kickoff return in the third quarter, his longest of the season.
Cooper Adds Five More Receptions Game
- Rookie WR Amari Cooperrecorded his fifth five-reception game, giving him 38 receptions on the season. He passes Marcus Allen (1982) for the most five-catch games (five) by a Raiders rookie.
Autry, Hayden Notch First Career Sacks
- DE Denico Autry recorded is first career sack against Jets QB Geno Smith in the third quarter. Autry**added a second sack of Smith in the fourth quarter, giving him his first career multi-sack game and the Raiders' second of the season (Khalil Mack, two sacks, Sept. 27 at Cle.).
- CB DJ Hayden *recorded his first career sack in the fourth quarter, pushing Smith out of bounds for a 5-yard loss to force the Jets punt.Mack Adds Late Sack*
- DE Khalil Mackadded his fourth sack of the season and the eighth of his career late in the fourth quarter, forcing an 11-yard loss. He has tied his rookie season total of four sacks.* *
Janikowski Nails 52-Yarder
- K Sebastian Janikowski attempted two field goals of 50-or-more yards in the game, connecting on his second attempt from 52 yards out to mark his 50th career field goal from 50-or-more yards.
- Janikowskialso converted a 47-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to extend the Raiders lead to 34-13.
- Janikowskialso nailed all four extra point attempts, extending his streak to 212 consecutive extra point attempts made.* *
Raiders vs. Jets All-Time Series
- The Raiders win snaps the Jets' two-game winning streak against Oakland, giving the Raiders a win over New York for the first time since Sept. 25, 2011.
- Oakland now has a 24-19-2 advantage in the all-time series, including a 2-2 postseason record.