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Jets At Raiders: When Oakland Has The Ball

In his past four starts, Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell has completed 80- of-122 passes for 814 yards with five touchdowns, one interception and a 94.8 passer rating. Campbell recorded his ninth career 300-yard passing game with a 323-yard effort against Buffalo last week, and is 4-1 as a starter at home for Oakland. The Raiders average 160.5 rushing yards per game so far in 2011, second-most in the AFC behind Buffalo (190.0 ypg), and has an NFL-high four rush touchdowns this season. Since 2010, Darren McFadden averages 130.9 yards from scrimmage per game, second-best in the NFL behind Houston's Arian Foster (132.9). He tied a career-high with seven catches last week and had two touchdowns (1 rushing, 1 receiving) against the Bills. Running back Michael Bush had his first rush touchdown of the season in last week's game and rookie wide receiver Denarius Moore had a career-high five catches for 146 yards (29.2 average), including a 50-yard touchdown, against Buffalo.

New York's defense had an NFL-best four interceptions in Week 2, with Cromartie posting his fifth career game with two-plus picks. Cornerback Darrelle Revis, meanwhile, had an interception in his last game against the Raiders, while linebacker Calvin Pace had a career-best three sacks versus Oakland in the teams' 2009 meeting. Fifth-year defensive end Mike DeVito leads the Jets' front line with eight tackles and a sack.

Oakland's scoring offense is eighth in the NFL (29.0 ppg) while the team ranks 12th in total yards (371.5 ppg), while the Jets are third in scoring defense (13.5 ppg) through two games and eighth in yards allowed (296.5 ypg).