The New York Jets defeated the Las Vegas Raiders 16-12 in a defensive battle at MetLife Stadium. The Jets' defense was dominant, holding the Raiders to just 12 points and forcing four turnovers.

Jets' Defense Dominates

The Jets' defense was dominant in this game. They held the Raiders to just 12 points and forced four turnovers. The Jets also sacked Raiders quarterback Derek Carr four times.

The Jets' defense was led by linebacker C.J. Mosley, who had 12 tackles and two sacks. Defensive end Carl Lawson also had a sack and a forced fumble.

Raiders' Offense Struggles

The Raiders' offense struggled in this game. They were held to just 12 points and 260 total yards. Carr was sacked four times and threw two interceptions.

The Raiders' running game also struggled. They rushed for just 80 yards on 21 carries. Josh Jacobs was the leading rusher for the Raiders with 45 yards on 13 carries.

Jets' Offense Does Just Enough

The Jets' offense did just enough to win this game. They scored 16 points and 310 total yards. Zach Wilson threw for 183 yards and one touchdown.

The Jets' running game also contributed to the win. They rushed for 127 yards on 29 carries. Michael Carter was the leading rusher for the Jets with 63 yards on 14 carries.

Key Plays

Jets interception in the first quarter: The Jets intercepted Carr's pass in the first quarter and returned it for a touchdown. The interception gave the Jets a 7-0 lead.
Jets forced fumble in the second quarter: The Jets forced Jacobs to fumble in the second quarter and recovered the ball. The turnover led to a Jets field goal.
Raiders interception in the fourth quarter: The Raiders intercepted Wilson's pass in the fourth quarter, but they were unable to capitalize on the turnover. The Jets were able to run out the clock and secure the victory.

Game Analysis

The Jets' defense was the key to their victory in this game. They held the Raiders to just 12 points and forced four turnovers. The Jets' offense also did just enough to win, scoring 16 points and 310 total yards.

The Raiders' offense struggled in this game. They were held to just 12 points and 260 total yards. Carr was sacked four times and threw two interceptions. The Raiders' running game also struggled, rushing for just 80 yards on 21 carries.

Overall, it was a defensive battle that was won by the Jets. The Jets' defense was dominant, and their offense did just enough to win.

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