Rashad Jennings and Maurice Jones-Drew each rushed for more than 100 yards and a touchdown, and the Jacksonville Jaguars overcame a huge game from Darren McFadden to hold on for a 38-31 home victory against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
Jones-Drew was upstaged by his backup, Jennings, for most of the day, but he broke a 30-yard touchdown run with 1:34 left that proved to be the winning score. Jones-Drew finished with 101 yards on 23 carries.
Jennings rushed for a career-high 109 yards on five carries, with the bulk of the damage done on a 74-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
McFadden rushed for 123 yards and two scores and caught three passes for 86 yards and a touchdown. He had a 67-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter, a 51-yard scoring run in the third and a 36-yard touchdown run that tied it at 31 with 1:53 left.
David Garrard threw for 159 yards on 11-of-22 passing with three touchdowns and an interception for Jacksonville.
The win kept the Jaguars (8-5) atop the AFC South standings. They lead Indianapolis by one game and can virtually clinch the division title by beating the Colts on the road next week.
The Raiders (6-7) began the day two games behind Kansas City in the AFC West.