New York Jets: Offensively, the Jets should be able to move the ball on the league's 32nd-ranked pass defense. The Raiders are a young, inconsistent team; the Jets are the opposite and should be able to meet this road challenge. Jets 27, Raiders 17. -- Rich Cimini
Oakland Raiders: The Jets are 4-2, and provide a big test for the upstart Raiders. Defensively, the Raiders have at least two takeaways in five consecutive games, their longest streak in 15 years. The Raiders might be peaking and I expect a win over a good team. Raiders 23, Jets 17. -- Bill Williamson
Jets 24, Raiders 14
The Jets might be caught a little off-balance, going coast-to-coast after a frustrating loss to the arch-rival Patriots and the Raiders are putting the pieces together on both sides of the ball. But if there's one thing to remember about the Todd Bowles' Jets, it's that they don't play on an emotional rollercoaster.
Pat Kirwan, NFL Insider: Jets 20, Raiders 12
John Breech: Jets 24, Raiders 20
Brady Quinn: Jets 23, Raiders 19
Expert Consensus Picks: 6 of 8 Favor the Jets
Both teams sport at least a .500 record. Both are in second place in their respective divisions. Three-fourths of our writers expect the Jets to get that win, but it wasn't an especially simple call. Don't look now, but the Raiders aren't an easy out anymore.
Elliot Harrison, NFL Media Analyst
Jets 24, Raiders 22
Wow, this is a really cool matchup. New York will be able to bottle up Amari Cooper with Darrelle Revis, forcing Derek Carr to find the likes of Michael Crabtree and Clive Walford. Latavius Murray? Have fun with that top-ranked Jets run D, which gives up yards like they are C-notes. #NYJvsOAK
Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
Raiders 24, Jets 23
This is a tough turnaround for the Jets, playing a road game against division rival New England and now facing a West Coast trip. Derek Carr will have some success throwing it and I think the Raiders defense will get after Ryan Fitzpatrick. Raiders go to 4-3.
Raiders 20, Jets 17
Jets at Raiders makes for one of the most interesting games of Week 8. If the Jets play up to the level they showed last week in Foxboro, New York should be 5–2 and in strong wild-card position by the end of the day.