The Las Vegas Raiders are getting some good news in their secondary ahead of a Week 10 matchup with the New York Jets. Cornerback Marcus Peters is set to play Sunday after going down with a knee injury, per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Peters had missed some practices this week due to the injury.

The Raiders are going to need Peters to help stop the Jets passing offense and quarterback Zach Wilson. Peters has been in a mainstay in the defensive backfield for the Raiders this season, after coming over from Baltimore in the off-season. Peters has appeared in all 9 games for the team this year, logging 37 total tackles and an interception. He returned his interception for a touchdown earlier this year in a game against the Detroit Lions.

The opportunity is there for Peters and the Raiders defense to have a great game. The Jets are struggling to pass the football, with the lowest amount of passing yards in the league at 1,600. The Jets offense has only five touchdowns this season passing, tied for the worst in the league with the Giants. Peters will certainly have plenty of opportunities to make plays against the Jets.

Las Vegas is having a season of turmoil, as Josh McDaniels was fired as coach on October 31. The team also fired its general manager, David Ziegler, on the same day. Antonio Pierce is acting as interim coach for the team. The Raiders are 4-5 heading into Sunday's game.

The Raiders and Jets kick off Sunday in Las Vegas at 8:20 Eastern. The Jets are 4-4 on the season.