--S Sheldon Richardson was promoted from the practice squad and was active against the Jets.
--DT Vance Walker left the Jets game with a concussion and his availability is a concern against Kansas City.
--TE Nick Kasa had a concussion against the Jets and was doing much better Monday.
--LB Sio Moore left the game with a neck injury and will be evaluated this week.
--S Usama Young was placed on injured reserve with a neck injury, ending his season.
--LB Kaluka Maiava was placed on injured reserve with a calf injury, ending his season.
REPORT CARD VS. JETS
PASSING OFFENSE: B-minus -- Matt McGloin's second-half was nearly as good as his starting debut against Houston. He completed 13 of 21 passes for 174 yards and two touchdowns. Wide receiver Rod Streater had his biggest day as a pro with seven catches for 130 yards and a 48-yard touchdown reception. McGloin's first-half was shaky -- 5-for-10 for 51 yards and an interception out of his own end zone to Ed Reed that set up a Jets field goal. Terrelle Pryor fared well in his lone series, running and passing the Raiders 58 yards for a field goal.
RUSHING OFFENSE: B-minus -- Marcel Reece tied his career-high with 19 rushes and had a career best 123 yards coming on a single run up the middle for a touchdown to jump-start the Raiders offense in the second half. The Raiders had 150 yards in all against a formidable run defense, although much of that came in one big chunk courtesy of Reece. The Raiders did a good job avoiding negative plays, however.
PASS DEFENSE: D-minus -- The Raiders got little or no defensive pressure, which helped Geno Smith pull out of a rookie slump and complete more than nine passes in a game for the first time since October (15 of 26, 219 yards, one touchdown, one interception). Kevin Burnett had the Raiders lone interception. Smith's 25-yard touchdown pass to Jeremy Kerley was essentially a jump ball with Kerley, a Jets receiver and three Raiders.
RUSH DEFENSE: D -- Chris Ivory's 15-yard run for the Jets' final points epitomized the Raiders' rushing defense over the last two games. He simply dragged defenders into the end zone who appeared too worn out to tackle him. New York finished with 145 yards on 32 carries and gutted the Raiders the same way Dallas did. Smith had 50 yards on five rushes, including read-option runs -- embarrassing in that the Raiders have a quarterback in Pryor who runs the read option so they see it in practice.
SPECIAL TEAMS F -- For the second time at MetLife Stadium this year, the Raiders had a punt blocked for a touchdown, this one by the Jets' Anthony Allen. Pressure came from the middle and Marquette King never had a chance. Sebastian Janikowski's missed 52-yard field goal not only cost the Raiders three points but it set up the Jets for seven because New York drove 58 yards for a touchdown .The Raiders returned no punts and did nothing of note on kickoff returns, other than Greg Jenkins' ill-advised return when penned into a corner.
COACHING: F -- In no area did the Raiders appear to be a crisp, well-prepared team ready to go on the road and execute against an opponent on a three-game losing streak with some obvious flaws to be exploited. The Eastern Time zone failures continue. Hard to believe the Raiders can't find a way to get a playmaker of Pryor's skill in the game now and then even if McGloin remains the starter.