Raiders get defensive vs. Jaguars for first win
Pryor good to go
Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor gets ready during pregame warm ups before their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Sunday was Pryor's first start at the Oakland Coliseum.
Gabbert sits, Henne starts
After sustaining a laceration to his throwing hand in the Jacksonville Jaguars' home opening loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, Blaine Gabbert sat out Sunday's game and was replaced by six-year veteran Chad Henne.
Vance attacks, MJD stifled
Raiders defensive tackle Vance Walker tackles Jaguars running back Maurice Jones Drew in the first quarter. Jones-Drew was held in check Sunday by the Raiders' defense, gaining just 27 yards on 10 carries.
Tyvon Branch sustains injury
Raiders safety Tyvon Branch is helped off the field after suffering a leg injury in the first quarter. Branch did not return to the game.
Pryor picks up where he left off
Terelle Pryor runs past Jaguars outside linebacker Geno Hayes in the first quarter. Pryor finished with nine carries for 50 yards for a 5.5 yard average.
Reece celebrates new contract with Raiders' first TD
Raiders fullback Marcel Reece celebrates with the fans after scoring Oakland's only touchdown during the first quarter. Reece earned a new contract extension earlier in the week that will keep him in Oakland for the next three seasons.
Raiders free safety Charles Woodson makes a leaping tackle on Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew in the second quarter. Woodson led the team in tackles with six.
Bilukidi hammers Henne
Raiders defensive tackle Christo Bilukidi sacks Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne during the second quarter. Bilukidi also had two tackles.
McFadden dashes past Jacksonville
Raiders running back Darren McFadden darts past Jaguars' outside linebacker Geno Hayes during the third quarter. McFadden finished with 129 yards on 19 carries.
Seabass kicks Jaguars
Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski provided the bulk of the Raiders' scoring in the game, converting four field goals.
Jaguars quarterback Chad Heene had difficulty mustering any form of offense against the Raiders' defense as he was sacked five times on Sunday. Henne finished 25 of 38 for just 241 yards and a single touchdown.
Young gets the sack, Raiders get the win
Raiders outside linebacker Kevin Burnett (right) celebrates with safety Usama Young's (left) sack in the fourth quarter. The Raiders beat the Jaguars 19-9, with the defense holding Jacksonville to just 248 yards of total offense.