Hall of Fame Game: Jacksonville Jaguars vs Las Vegas Raiders – August 4, 2022

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The Jaguars lost to the Raiders 27-11 in their first preseason game. However, it is important to note that they were missing many key players. The Raiders looked sharp with Josh McDaniels calling the shots. They moved with a bit of tempo throughout the game and largely executed as expected. The Jaguars will need to step up their game if they want to keep up with their rivals in the division.

Jaguars vs. Raiders score 11 – 27

  Q1  Q2  Q3  Q4 
Jaguars 0 0 3 8 11
Raiders 6 14 0 7 27

Game Summary Learnings

– Las Vegas Defensive Rookie of the Year and No. 1 overall pick Dante Fowler looked good in his first preseason game.

– The Josh McDaniels era in Las Vegas started with a strong performance from running back Josh Jacobs

– The Patriots way of coaching is starting to take hold in Las Vegas with many former Patriots players on the roster

– The Jaguars had a poor performance in their first preseason game. However, it should be noted that they were missing many key players.

Jaguars vs Raiders Live Updates

Live updates from Jaguars vs. Raiders August 4, 2022.

Game delayed due to weather.

Game Preview

Football fans can finally rejoice. For the first time since Super Bowl LVI, a competitive game will be played as the preseason slate kicks off. The NFL’s annual Hall of Fame game will feature the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Las Vegas Raiders. The contest will be played in Canton, Ohio at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.

There will be a lot of attention paid to NFL legends such as Tony Boselli, Richard Seymour and Bryant Young that evening, since they are among the group of players who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this year. There will also be interest in the current players participating in the game as well.

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Jacksonville Jaguars preview

The franchise is looking to turn the page after a tumultuous season in 2021 with Urban Meyer as head coach. The Jaguars hired Super Bowl winning head coach Doug Pederson to come in and stabilize the organization, and his first opportunity to show how he plans to run the team will come on Thursday.

It has already been announced that key starters Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne will not participate in the Hall of Fame game. Pederson has been impressed with the way Lawrence has played in training camp so far. Jacksonville fans were hoping to get their first look at Etienne in a real game, but he will not be available due to an illness. The running back missed the entire 2021 season due to a foot injury.

The Jaguars have said that quarterback Jake Luton will start the preseason opener. He played in three games for the team in 2020 season, throwing two touchdowns to six interceptions in that time. It will be interesting to see if he is joined on the field by wide receiver Christian Kirk and tight end Evan Engram. Both players were added to the roster to help improve the talent on the offensive side of the ball.

Las Vegas Raiders preview

Similar to their opponent, the Raiders are also moving forward in 2022 under new leadership. The front office decided not to retain interim head coach Rich Bisaccia, and hired longtime New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels instead. This will be the second head coaching job for McDaniels, as he previously served in that capacity for the Denver Broncos from 2009-2010.

Las Vegas has not confirmed whether or not their starters will appear against Jacksonville. If they do participate, it will likely only be for one series. The team drastically reshaped their offense in the offseason with the acquisition of two-time All-Pro Davante Adams. He has consistently been amongst the league leaders in receiving for the last several years, including the 2020 season where he led the NFL in receiving touchdowns. Adams and Las Vegas starting quarterback Derek Carr were teammates in college at Fresno State University.

There has been a lot of discussion regarding how Las Vegas’ backfield usage will shake out. The team seems to like Georgia running back Zamir White, who they selected in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL draft. White should get a chance to play in the Hall of Fame game.