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                        === Jets cruise past Oakland ===
 
 East  Rutherford, NJ  (SportsNetwork.com) - Geno Smith threw for one touchdown
 and  ran for another to lead the New York Jets to a 37-27 win over the Oakland
 Raiders at MetLife Stadium.
 
 Smith,  who was  pulled from  last  week's 23-3  loss to  the Miami  Dolphins,
 bounced  back and  completed 16-of-25 passes for 219 yards and also rushed for
 50 yards on five caries.
 
 Kellen  Winslow  caught three passes  for 61  yards and Jeremy Kerley finished
 with four catches for 41 yards and a touchdown for the Jets (6-7), who snapped
 a three-game losing streak.
 
 "This is a big win for us, clearly," said Jets coach Rex Ryan. "Today was a
 day where the offense had to pick up the defense. Same with the special teams.
 The defense wasn't very sharp."
 
 Nick Folk was 3-for-3 on field goals, including a season-long 51-yarder in the
 win.
 
 Oakland  started the  game alternating between Matt McGloin and Terrelle Pryor
 at quarterback, but stuck with McGloin from the midway point of the second.
 
 McGloin  finished 18-for-31 for 245 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.
 Pryor was a pedestrian 2-for-5 for 20 yards in just two series.
 
 Marcel  Reece rushed  for a  career-high  123 yards  and a  touchdown and  Rod
 Streater  caught seven  passes for a career-high 130 yards and a touchdown for
 the  Raiders  (4-9), who have dropped  13 straight games played in the Eastern
 time  zone. Oakland's  last win  in  the Eastern  time zone  came against  the
 Pittsburgh Steelers on Dec. 6, 2009.
 
 "We didn't start fast and gave up a lot of points. We turned the ball over and
 put ourselves in a hole. I thought the offense did a great job trying to come
 back in the second and give ourselves a chance," said Raiders coach Dennis
 Allen.
 
 New  York got  on the board on  its opening possession on Folk's 41-yard field
 goal.
 
 After forcing a punt on the ensuing possession, Smith threw his NFL-worst 20th
 interception  of  the season  at the  Jets' 37.  McGloin couldn't get anything
 going  and Sebastian  Janikowski pushed  his 52-yard  field goal  attempt wide
 right.
 
 Smith  bounced back and  threw his first touchdown pass since Week 7 to Kerley
 for  a 10-0  lead. Kerley and Santonio  Holmes both raced to the end zone down
 the  left  side. Kerley, though,  pulled up just inside  the goal line and was
 able to get position on his defender to haul in the score.
 
 The  Raiders  got on  the board  2:29 into the  second quarter when Janikowski
 split the uprights from 41 yards out.
 
 Ed  Reed  picked off McGloin inside  the Raiders' 10  to set up a 23-yard Folk
 field  goal.  On 3rd-and-goal from  the five, Smith  floated a perfect pass to
 Holmes  in the back corner of the end zone, but Holmes dropped it to force the
 field goal.
 
 Antonio  Allen  blocked Marquette King's  punt on  the Raiders' next touch and
 recovered it in the end zone for a 20-3 lead.
 
 Oakland  scored on  the second play of  the second half as Reece burst through
 the line and raced 63 yards for a touchdown.
 
 Later,  Smith ran it in himself from eight yards out to cap a 10-play, 72-yard
 trek to put the hosts in front 27-10.
 
 McGloin  connected  with Streater for a  48-yard touchdown, firing a bullet as
 Reed  and  Jets defensive back Antonio  Cromartie collided going for the ball,
 allowing Streater to waltz into the end zone untouched.
 
 Folk  and  Janikowski traded field  goals from  51 and 40 yards, respectively,
 before Ivory made it 37-20 with a 15-yard run with 9:07 remaining.
 
 Mychal  Rivera caught  a  1-yard TD  pass  with 2:24  left to  make  it a  one
 possession  game,  but the Raiders  were unable  to execute the ensuing onside
 kick, and the Jets were able to run the clock out.
 
                                   Game Notes
 
 Smith  went  138 pass attempts  between touchdowns  ... Reed notched his first
 interception  since  picking off Colin  Kaepernick in last season's Super Bowl
 ...  Sunday  marked Oakland's second trip  to MetLife Stadium this season. The
 Raiders lost to the Giants 24-20 in a Week 10 matchup.
 
 12/08 17:46:12 ET