Jaguars vs. Raiders: Game time, TV schedule, injury updates and more

Sam Greenwood

The Jacksonville Jaguars take on the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum, as Jacksonville tries to recover from a 1-4 start before a Week 6 bye.

The Jaguars and Raiders are one of just two games to kick off after the initial slate of 1 p.m. ET games as each team is looking to bounce back from 1-4 starts to the season.

Facing the NFL's No. 24 ranked defense, the Jaguars offense will look to restart a season that was originally swarmed with optimism, but has since self-destructed with consecutive very poor performances. They'll have to do so on the road in a time zone that they have struggled in, as of late.

In the Jaguars' last three trips to the Pacific TIme Zone, they have lost each of those games by a combined score of 99-16. None of those three games were in Oakland though, as the Jaguars have a 4-1 record all-time against the Raiders, including wins in each of the last four matchups between the two teams. The sole loss to the Raiders in franchise history came in Week 3 of the 1996 season when Jeff Hostetler led Oakland to a 17-3 victory.

Game Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Television Coverage: CBS
Odds: Oakland is favored by six points

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