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The Raiders are back on the road to face the New York Jets after three straight wins at home

The Oakland Raiders finished their three-game homestretch this past Sunday by defeating the AFC North's Cincinnati Bengals and moving to 6-4 on the year. The Raiders hit the road again in Week 12 when they travel across the country to the Big Apple to face the Jets in New York. The Raiders currently own a two-game winning streak over the Jets, most recently defeating New York by a score of 45-20 at home in Week 2 of the 2017 campaign to move the all-time series to 23-17-2 in favor of the Silver and Black. This will mark the Raiders' first trip to New York since 2014 as the Raiders enter the contest on a three-game winning streak for the first time since 2016. Kickoff is set for 10:00 a.m. PT this Sunday and will broadcast on CBS with Greg Gumbel and Trent Green on the call.

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The Setting
Date: Sunday, November 24, 2019
Kickoff: 10:00 a.m. PST
Site: MetLife Stadium (2009)
Capacity/Surface: 82,500/Synthetic Turf
Regular Season: Raiders lead, 23-17-2
Postseason: Series tied, 2-2

The Raiders defeated the Bengals in Week 11 by a score of 17-10 and moved to 5-1 in home contests this season. In the contest, RB Josh Jacobs put together his fourth 100-yard performance, breaking a tie with Marcus Allen (1982) for the most 100-yard performances by a rookie in franchise history. Jacobs finished with 112 yards on the ground on 23 carries (4.9 avg.) and ranks fourth in the NFL with 923 rushing yards in 2019. QB Derek Carr added his second career rushing touchdown in the contest while also tallying another touchdown pass to TE Foster Moreau, who leads all rookie tight ends this season with four receiving scores. It marked the 14th score by a rookie this season, tying a team record set in 1982 for most scores by a rookie class. On defense, DE Maxx Crosby had a career day and finished with four sacks, including three in the fourth quarter. Crosby set a franchise rookie record and is just the third person in 2019 to record four sacks in a contest.

Crosby put together one of the finest defensive performances by a rookie in club history this past Sunday, as he registered four sacks in the contest, adding one forced fumble, and setting a new franchise rookie record. Crosby is one of just three players to record four sacks in a game this season and became just the fourth rookie in NFL history to do so since the stat became official in 1982. Additionally, three of Crosby's four sacks were logged in the fourth quarter, becoming the only player in 2019 to have accomplished the feat. Furthermore, dating back to 2000, Crosby is the only rookie in the NFL to have notched three sacks in a single fourth quarter.

CB Trayvon Mullen recorded his first career interception and sealed the game for the Raiders when he came down with the ball on the Bengals' final offensive drive with just over one minute remaining in the game.

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Broadcast Information (Television)
Network Provider: CBS
Play-by-play: Greg Gumbel
Color Analyst: Trent Green
Sideline: Melanie Collins
Producer: Ken Mack
Director: Suzanne Smith

Here are some notable connections between the two squads:

• Raiders quality control-offense coach Tim Berbenich entered the NFL coaching ranks with the Jets as an offensive assistant from 2013-14 and additionally as a quality control coach for the team in 2005.

• Raiders senior offensive assistant John Morton served as offensive coordinator with the Jets in 2017.

• Raiders defensive backs coach Jim O'Neil spent four seasons with the Jets from 2009-12, serving as defensive quality control/defensive backs coach in 2009 and then as the assistant defensive backs coach from 2010-12.

• Jets defensive line coach Andre Carter appeared in 12 games for the Raiders in 2012, totaling 19 tackles, 2.5 sacks and one forced fumble in his lone season with the club.

• Jets offensive line coach Frank Pollack held the same position with the Raiders in 2012. 

• Jets defensive assistant Eric Sanders entered the NFL coaching ranks with the Raiders, where he served as offensive quality control coach from 2010-11 and then as defensive quality control coach from 2012-14.

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Broadcast Information (Radio)
Raiders Radio Network
Flagship: 740 KCBS
Play-by-play: Brent Musburger
Color Analyst: Lincoln Kennedy
Sideline: Chris Townsend

The Jets welcome the Silver and Black to New York after defeating the Washington Redskins on the road by a score of 34-17 to move to 3-7 on the year. Following Sunday's matchup, the Raiders will travel to Arrowhead to face the Kansas City Chiefs for an AFC West showdown in Week 13, while the Jets travel to Cincinnati to square off against the Bengals.

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