Quarterback Chad Henne #7 of the Jacksonville Jaguars passes against the Oakland Raiders in the second quarter on September 15, 2013 at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, California. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)
OAKLAND, Calif -- In a game played on a baseball field, the Jacksonville Jaguars posted another score more likely seen at a baseball game.
The Oakland Raiders claimed a 19-9 victory thanks to the feet of Sebastian Janikowski and Darren McFadden.
The Raiders gashed the Jaguars (0-2) on the ground giving up 226 total yards including 129 yards for McFadden.
Janikowski split the uprights with four field goals after Marcel Reece's inital 11 Yard touchdown run.
Meanwhile, the Jags running game sputtered, as they accounted for just 34 yards on the ground.
Jones-Drew exited the game early in the first half after a diving goal-line tackle by Charles Woodson sent him flying out-of-bounds. Jones-Drew did not return after the play.
The Jaguars announces through its Twitter account that Jones-Drew had sustained an left ankle sprain.
The first touchdown of the season by the Jaguars was scored by TE Clay Harbor with 2:53 left in the 4th quarter -- an afterthought in the outcome.
Quarterback Chad Henne, who filled in for the injured Blaine Gabbert, finished with average numbers many of which were generated once the game was out of hand -- 25/38, 241 yards and 1 TD.
First year starter Terrelle Pryor didn't have a touchdown but threw for 126 yards and ran for 50.
The Jaguars will continue their West Coast trip when they play the Seattle Seahawks next Sunday.
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