The Oakland Raiders were unable to defeat the Jacksonville Jaguars in the final home game of the 2019; here are the Game Notes presented by Microsoft Surface.
Raiders 16, Jaguars 20
- The Raiders were defeated by the Jaguars by a score of 20-16, falling to 6-8 overall and 4-3 at home this season.
- The Silver and Black now hold a 178-129-3 all-time record at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
- The loss drops the Raiders to 4-5 in the all-time regular season series against the Jaguars.
- The Raiders finish 1-3 against AFC South opponents this season and 42-39 (.519) all-time against the division.
Starters - Offense
WR Tyrell Williams
LT Kolton Miller
LG Richie Incognito
C Rodney Hudson
RG Gabe Jackson
RT Brandon Parker
TE Darren Waller
WR Zay Jones
QB Derek Carr
RB Josh Jacobs
TE Eric Tomlinson
Starters - Defense
DE Clelin Ferrell
DT Johnathan Hankins
DT P.J. Hall
DE Maxx Crosby
SLB Tahir Whitehead
WLB Will Compton
CB Lamarcus Joyner
CB Trayvon Mullen
CB Nevin Lawson
FS Curtis Riley
SS Erik Harris
- Oakland outgained Jacksonville 273-75 in total yards in the first half, as the team's 180 yards of total offense are the most yards in a first quarter for the Raiders at home since 2006 (Week 7 vs. Arizona -176).
- QB Derek Carr made his 42nd career start at home, breaking a tie with Daryle Lamonica for second-most career starts by a QB at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
- Carr has recorded the most career passing yards (10,758) and most 300-yard passing games (nine) in Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum history.
- TE Darren Waller became just the second tight end in franchise history with 1,000 receiving yards in a single season, joining Todd Christensen, while also tying a club record for most 100-yard receiving games in a single season amongst tight ends (four).
- QB Derek Carr
- On the Raiders opening possession, Carr orchestrated a seven-play, 75-yard scoring drive, culminating in a 40-yard receiving TD by WR Tyrell Williams to give Oakland a 7-0 lead.
- On the following possession, Carr orchestrated an eight-play, 60-yard drive lasting 3:16, culminating in a 33-yard FG attempt by K Daniel Carlson.
- Carr's 148 passing yards are his most in a first quarter this season, and second-most yards in a first quarter in his career.
- Carr ended his day completing 22-of-36 attempts for 267 yards with one TD for a passer rating of 93.2.
- Has seven TDs against one INT for 106.8 rating in his past five games at home (Weeks 9-15).
- Has passed for 1,003 yards (250.8 per game) with eight TDs for 109.0 passer rating versus AFC South opponents this season.
- DE Maxx Crosby
- Recorded a sack by taking down QB Gardner Minshew for a loss of four yards in the second quarter, bringing his season total to 8.5.
- His 8.5 sacks rank third-most by a rookie in a single season in franchise history, trailing only Greg Townsend (10.5 – 1983) and Aaron Wallace (9.0 – 1990).
- Has recorded five sacks and a forced fumble in past three contests at home.
- Leads AFC rookies with 3 FFs and ranks third among all rookies in the NFL with 8.5 sacks.
- Crosby is one of five players in the NFL with at least eight sacks (8.5), three forced fumbles and three passes defensed.
- RB Josh Jacobs
- By recording 89 rushing yards, Jacobs enters the top-20 in NFL history for most rushing yards (1,150) by a player through their first 13 career games.
- Has recorded 100-plus scrimmage yards in five of past six contests.
- Has rushed for 699 yards (99.9 avg.) and seven TDs in seven home games this season.
- Jacobs finished with 89 yards rushing on 24 carries, in addition to two receptions for 20 yards.
- Leads all rookies in rush yards (1,150), rush TDs (seven) and scrimmage yards (1,316).
- TE Darren Waller
- With 86 yards on five receptions (17.2 avg.) in the first quarter, Waller became just the second tight end in franchise history with 900 receiving yards in a single season, joining Todd Christensen who accomplished the feat four times (1983-86).
- On a 36-yard gain in the first quarter, Waller recorded his eighth reception of 25-plus yards this season, which is the most amongst all tight ends in the NFL.
- Waller surpassed TE Jared Cook's 2018 mark (896 receiving yards), moving into fifth all-time among Raiders tight ends for receiving yards in a single season (1,001).
- With eight receptions in the contest, Waller became just the second tight end in club history with at least 80 receptions in a single season, joining Todd Christensen (1983-86).
- Recorded at least 100 receiving yards (122) for the fourth time this season, tying a club record for most such games in a single season among tight ends.
- With 122 receiving yards, became the second tight end in franchise history with 1,000 receiving yards in a single season.
- Registered his third contest in a row with six-plus catches and 70-plus receiving yards.
- Ranks second amongst tight ends in the NFL in receiving yards (1,001) and yards after the catch (503).
- WR Tyrell Williams
- Williams' 40-yard TD catch culminated a seven-play, 75-yard drive lasting 3:31 to give the Raiders a 7-0 lead.
- His 40-yard receiving TD marks the fourth-longest by a Raiders' receiver this season.
- Williams finished with two receptions for 45 yards and one TD.
*Additional Notes *
- Oakland's offense has scored on the game's opening two drives in four contests this season. (Others: 9/15 vs. KC, 9/29 at Colts and 11/3 vs. Lions).
- K Daniel Carlson tied a career-best three field goals in the contest (last: Week 11 vs. Ari., 2018).
- DE Dion Jordan recorded a sack by taking down QB Gardner Minshew for a loss of 12 yards, forcing Jacksonville to settle for a 43-yard FG attempt late in the third quarter.
- CB Trayvon Mullen had a career-high three passes defensed in today's contest, marking nine passes defensed in his last five contests.