The Oakland Raiders trail the Jacksonville Jaguars 20-13 after three quarters of play.
The Raiders were able to make up some ground against Jacksonville, scoring their first touchdown of the afternoon on an eight-yard pass from Carson Palmer to Denarius Moore. The score capped off Oakland's longest drive of the day, an eight-play, 85 yard possession that lasted for close to five minutes.
Earlier in the third quarter, the Jaguars were able to add another field goal from kicker Josh Scobee, this time from 40 yards out. The Jaguars are still without quarterback Blaine Gabbert and running back Maurice Jones-Drew, both of whom left the game in the first half.
After struggling to put up yards in the first half, the Raiders have now outgained the Jaguars 195-165 thus far. Palmer has 152 yards, a touchdown and an interception on 15/26 passing. Darrius Heyward-Bey leads all receivers with 85 yards on four receptions.