Oakland Raiders’ Sio Moore (55) tackles Jacksonville Jaguars’ Maurice Jones-Drew (32) in the first quarter at the O.co Coliseum in Oakland,
Oakland Raiders' Sio Moore (55) tackles Jacksonville Jaguars' Maurice Jones-Drew (32) in the first quarter at the O.co Coliseum in Oakland, Calif., on Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) (Nhat V. Meyer)

Passing offense

Terrelle Pryor was 15 of 24 for 126 yards and no interceptions, but the timing was a bit off when the Raiders did throw. He led receivers into big hits on at least three occasions, and wide receiver Denarius Moore had a conspicuous drop on a would-be first down (later negated by penalty anyway). Grade: C

Rush offense

Darren McFadden had 129 yards on 19 carries with explosive runs of 24, 30, 28 and 26 yards. He had a fumble in the fourth quarter that led to Jacksonville's only touchdown. Other big runs came from Pryor (27 yards) and Rashad Jennings (28 yards). Those six carries accounted for 163 of the Raiders' 225 yards on the ground. Marcel Reece had an 11-yard scoring run. Grade: B

Pass defense

No interceptions for the second straight week but a lot of good coverage and very good tackling in the secondary. Chad Henne was 25 of 38 for 241 yards and a touchdown but compiled a lot of that when the game was essentially decided. The Raiders added five more sacks -- giving them nine in two games after having 25 all of last season. Grade: B

Rush defense

Maurice Jones-Drew seemed destined for the end zone late in the first half, only to have Charles Woodson hurdle a blocker and make the tackle. It knocked Jones-Drew from the game and typified the Raiders' effort against the run. Jacksonville averaged only 1.8 yards per carry with a long of 9 yards. Grade A

Special teams

A 30-yard punt return by Phillip Adams set up the Raiders' only score. The Jaguars did no damage on kickoff returns or punt returns. Marquette King had a 48.0-average and a 41.0 net with his first boomer -- a 58-yard bomb inside the 20-yard line. Sebastian Janikowski was 4 for 5 on field goal attempts but missed from the 35. Grade: B-plus

Coaching

In the words of Herman Edwards, you play to win the game. And that's precisely what the Raiders did when it was apparent Jacksonville was not going to be able to mount a consistent attack. The Raiders took the field goals and built steadily on the lead. The Raiders handled Jacksonville's hurry-up offense without a hitch in terms of substitutions and were clearly ready to play from the outset. Grade: B