OAKLAND -- Expect anything different?

With the Raiders officially saying goodbye to Oakland on Sunday against the Jaguars, it's no surprise the Silver and Black came out like a house of fire. 

The Raiders took the opening kick-off and went 75 yards, culminating in a 40-yard touchdown pass from Derek Carr to Tyrell Williams to set off a powder keg at the Coliseum. 

You couldn't script a better opening drive. 

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The Jags answered with a field goal on their opening drive to cut the lead to 7-3. 

The Raiders enter the game on a three-game losing streak that has seen them plummet out of playoff contention. But a win Sunday would get them back to .500 and give those who have bled silver and black for generations the perfect farewell.