The Jets and Raiders are locked up in a close game in Oakland, and Darren McFadden and Denarius Moore running wild have given the Raiders the edge in the fourth quarter.
McFadden's got 152 rushing yards and two touchdowns, but it was wide receiver Moore's 23-yard touchdown run that gave Oakland a 24-17 lead early in the fourth quarter. Beyond McFadden — who's gained more yardage on the ground than Oakland's passing game has racked up — there really isn't much to write home about for either offense.
Mark Sanchez has 219 yards through the air, but about a third of that came on a LaDainian Tomlinson catch-and-run. And that 74-yard jaunt is more than the Jets have collectively rushed for.
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