Jets vs. Raiders: 4 Flaws That Oakland Exploited Against New York

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Jets vs. Raiders: 4 Flaws That Oakland Exploited Against New York
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The New York Jets travelled to Oakland with the hopes of remaining atop of their division by the end of the game, but left with a loss on their schedule as the Raiders ran right past them and won by a score of 34-24.

At one point the Jets had a 17-7 lead, but after they obtained said lead, the Raiders went on a run of their own and scored 24 points unanswered to take a commanding 31-14 lead a minute into the fourth quarter.

The Jets tried to make a comeback from the 14-point defecit just like they did against the Dallas Cowboys two weeks ago, but Hue Jackson's team made sure that would not happen.

A fumble by Antonio Cromartie and holding penalty by Calvin Pace all helped the Raiders keep the Jets from making what could have been another great comeback, which would have put them atop the AFC East along with the Buffalo Bills.

Instead, the Jets have to deal with trying to work their way back to the top and dealing with the several problems the Oakland Raiders exposed on Sunday in "The Black Hole".

Without further ado, here are the problems the New York Jets need to resolve based off of their loss to the Oakland Raiders.

As always, feedback is welcome.  Enjoy!

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