NFL: A first victorious preparatory outing for the Raiders against the Jaguars

The Las Vegas Raiders were unabashed Thursday night in a 27-11 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the NFL’s first preseason game.

Las Vegas quickly took control of the game by building a twenty-point lead.

After two field goals, the Raiders finally scored their first touchdown early in the second quarter when Ameer Abdullah ran eight yards for the touchdown.

Then before halftime, quarterback Jarrett Stidham made a 12-yard run to score the middle finger and put Las Vegas up 20-0 halfway through the game.

Austin Walter added to the Raiders’ camp with a touchdown on an eight-yard run in the 4th quarter.

For the Jaguars, Nathan Cottrell scored the only late-game touchdown in a losing cause. He caught a five-yard pass from Kyle Sloter.

Sloter finished the game with 13 completions and 127 yards.

The next preseason games in the NFL will be on August 11. The Giants will face the Patriots and the Titans will face the Ravens.



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