Oakland Raiders at New York Jets: How to watch Week 12

The Oakland Raiders head East to take on the New York Jets in Week 12, and here is how you can catch all of the action on Sunday.

No stranger to the road, the Oakland Raiders will once again travel across country, heading East to take on the New York Jets inside Metlife Stadium. The Raiders won all three games during their current homestand, beating the Detroit Lions, Los Angeles Chargers, and Cincinnati Bengals to move their record to 6-4 on the season.

The Jets got off to a 1-7 start to the 2019 campaign, but have come on strong in recent weeks, beating the New York Giants at home, and then the Washington Redskins on the road. New York is getting great play from second-year quarterback Sam Darnold, who shredded the Redskins secondary on Sunday, and will look to help the Jets continue their winning ways in Week 12.

Oakland counters with a quarterback playing at an elite level as well, as Derek Carr is completing over 70 percent of his passes, and was nearly perfect in the team's 17-10 victory over Cincinnati in Week 11. Carr has only three interceptions since Week 2, and will need to continue his strong play against a Jets defense that has played out of its mind in recent weeks.

Overall, these are two teams that are playing well right now, which should make for an interesting game on Sunday.

Here is how to watch all the action

Date: Sunday, November 24, 2019
Time: 10:00 am. PT, 1:00 pm ET
Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey
Venue: MetLife Stadium
TV Info: CBS, NFL Sunday Ticket

Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket App or Fubo TV

Oakland has a monster game against Kansas City looming after the Jets game, but this is not a team that is going to overlook anybody. Rookie running back Josh Jacobs has a tall order in front of him on Sunday, facing the top-ranked run defense in the league, but he is a special back, and should find his opportunities in this one.

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The Raiders young defense was in full force in Week 11, as Maxx Crosby got to the quarterback four times, and Trayvon Mullen had the game-sealing interception. It will have to be all hands on deck once again this weekend, because if the Raiders take the Jets likely, they have enough talent to pull off the upset.