After a strong 17-6 first half, the Jaguars defense continued to look strong at the beginning of the second half. However, momentum quickly shifted in Oakland's favor as the Jaguars offense struggled to get anything going with Chad Henne at the helm.
The defense forced a stop early and the offense was able to move enough to set up a 40-yard field goal for Josh Scobee which was successful. However, the defense was unable to keep the Raiders out of the end zone after a pass interference call on Rashean Mathis cost the Jaguars 33 yards and set up Oakland with great field position.
Carson Palmer completed a pass to Denarius Moore and the receiver was able to stretch the ball across the goal line for a touchdown. As Henne continued to struggle, the Jaguars were unable to get a first down on each of their next two drives giving the Raiders plenty of opportunities.
The Raiders will begin the fourth quarter with the ball following a Bryan Anger punt.