The NY Jets look to right the ship in Vegas
LAS VEGAS, NV—The New York Jets understand just how silly the old Las Vegas saying truly is …
“What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.”
After all, this is a “right the ship” week for Robert Saleh and company. After embarrassing themselves on national TV against the Los Angeles Chargers, Zach Wilson’s Jets offense is looking to figure something out against the Las Vegas Raiders on the road.
Can they actually get something rolling?
Jets at Raiders game info
- New York Jets (4-4)
- Las Vegas Raiders (4-5)
- 2023 NFL Week 10
- Sunday, Nov. 12, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC
- Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, NV
The 2023 New York Jets are indeed playing another game in primetime. This time, Week 11 features the Jets and Raiders on Sunday Night Football.
Broadcasted on NBC, Mike Tirico (play-by-play) and Cris Collinsworth (color commentary) will be on the call, with kickoff slated for 8:20 p.m. ET.
Jets at Raiders history
- The Raiders lead the all-time series 26-20-2
The Jets-Raiders rivalry always raises the infamous Heidi Game. With the world expecting a clear Jets victory, the television broadcast inexplicably cut to the television film Heidi near the end of the game.
In the end, the then Oakland Raiders scored two touchdowns in the final minutes of the game, defeating the Joe Namath-led Jets, 43-32, on Nov. 17, 1968.
The last game went to Jon Gruden’s Raiders, who won on a miracle Derek Carr-to-Henry Ruggs touchdown in December 2020 (31-28 final).
Jets at Raiders odds (FanDuel Sportsbook)
- Spread: Jets -1.5 (-110), Raiders +1.5 (-110)
- Moneyline: Jets -122, Raiders +104
- Over/Under: 35.5 (O: -110, U: -110)
Incredibly, the Jets are favored in this one. FanDuel Sportsbook lists the Jets as one-point road favorites (later updated to 1.5 on Sunday), marking just the second time New York is a favorite this season.
Jets at Raiders injury report
New York Jets
- Duane Brown, OT (Hip-Out)
- Chazz Surratt, LB (Ankle-Out)
- Billy Turner, OL (Finger-Out)
- Will McDonald, EDGE (Ankle-Questionable)
Another week passes, and another Jets offensive lineman bites the dust. New York will be without Billy Turner this time around, thanks to a finger injury that’ll keep him in street clothes.
Additionally, Duane Brown (hip) and Chazz Surratt (ankle) will also miss the game. Rookie Will McDonald (ankle) is officially listed as questionable.
Las Vegas Raiders
- Kolton Miller, OT (Shoulder-Doubtful)
- Jakob Johnson, FB (Concussion-Questionable)
- Marcus Peters, CB (Knee-Questionable)
For Antonio Pierce’s team, the Week 10 injury report looks much cleaner. Only offensive tackle Kolton Miller is in serious danger of missing the game.
Both fullback Jakob Johnson (cunccions) and cornerback Marcus Peters (knee) are listed as questionable.
Jets at Raiders prediction
- New York Jets 13, Las Vegas Raiders 23
Until the New York Jets offense showcases any semblance of risk-taking, there’s no way I’m going to pick them to win a game. I don’t care of I believe the Jets defense can shut down a specific offense; Zach Wilson and company must first play beyond a 10-yard box.
Therefore, give me the Las Vegas Raiders to beat the Jets by two possessions.
Audio Version available to members only: Learn more here
Want More NY Jets News & Jets X-Factor Content?
Download the free Jet X Mobile App to get customizable notifications directly to your iOS (App Store) or Google/Android (Google Play) device.
Add Jets X-Factor to your Google News feed to stay up to date with the New York Jets.
Join the official Jets Discord community to connect with likeminded fans.