EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J., Nov. 25 (UPI) -- Rich Gannon passed for 221 yards and three touchdowns Sunday, two of them going to Tim Brown, leading the Oakland Raiders to a 28-10 victory over the New York Giants in a game drenched by heavy rain during the second half.
The Raiders (8-2) extended their winning streak to 10 games against NFC teams and remained tied with Pittsburgh for the best record in the AFC.
Brown caught touchdown passes of 46 and 19 yards and finished with six receptions for 117 yards. Rice had three catches for 65 yards -- all in the first half -- before the rain made conditions difficult in the second half.
Rice is the NFL's all-time leader with 1,328 catches for 19,889 yards and 193 touchdowns. Brown ranks fifth with 905 receptions.
Gannon turned in his usual mistake-free game, having thrown 18 touchdowns with just two interceptions this season. On Sunday, he was nine of 12 for 153 yards during the first half when the Raiders built a 21-3 lead.
New York's Kerry Collins completed 19 of 38 passes for 184 yards, but no touchdowns.
Tiki Barber led the Giants with 124 yards on 19 carries, including a 12-yard touchdown in the third quarter.
The Giants (5-6) head into their bye week under .500 and in third place in the NFC East behind Philadelphia (6-4) and Washington (5-5).
New York failed to reach the playoffs the year after winning their first two Super Bowls. After getting pounded by the Baltimore Ravens, 34-7 in Super Bowl XXXV last January, the Giants are in danger of missing the postseason again.
The Raiders could have matched up against the Giants last January, but suffered a 16-3 loss to the Ravens in the AFC championship game. Seeking the missing pieces to the Super Bowl puzzle, Raiders coach Jon Gruden added Rice and running back Charlie Garner in the offseason.
Garner made an impact on this game, breaking off a 38-yard run on Oakland's first play from scrimmage and catching a 21-yard touchdown early in the second quarter.