OAKLAND, Calif. -

Sebastian Janikowski made a 40-yard field goal 2:06 into overtime - his fourth of the game - to lift host Oakland over Jacksonville, which lost Maurice Jones-Drew to a foot injury.

After Jacksonville's Cecil Shorts III fumbled at his own 21 on the first possession of overtime, Janikowski delivered the winning kick on second down as the Raiders (2-4) overcame three turnovers and a 20-6 deficit in the third quarter to snap a two-game losing streak.

Carson Palmer's 1-yard run with 3:34 left in the fourth quarter made it 23-23 and he also threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Denarius Moore in the third quarter. Janikowski's bid for an NFL-record 64-yard field goal was short as time expired in regulation.

Jones-Drew, who accounted for 41 percent of the Jaguars' total yards entering the game, left after injuring his left foot on the second play from scrimmage. Jacksonville starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert also left the game - with a left shoulder injury early in the second quarter - and was replaced by Chad Henne, who was 9-of-20 for 71 yards.

Josh Scobee kicked three field goals for the Jaguars (1-5), who gained only 54 yards in the second half and overtime and went more than 24 minutes without a first down. The teams combined for 123 rushing yards.

GAME NOTEBOOK: Jacksonville, which entered the game last in the NFL in total offense at 241.2 yards per game, finished with 211. ... The Jaguars were 1-of-15 on third-down conversions. ... Palmer was 26-of-46 for 298 yards; Gabbert was 8-of-12 for 110 yards and a 42-yard touchdown to Shorts.