The Raiders' final game in Oakland came with garbage thrown on the field.

Sunday saw the Oakland Raiders playing what appears to be their final game ever in Oakland ahead of their move to Las Vegas next year, but it didn’t work out all that well for them. The (previously 6-7) Raiders fell 20-16 to the Jacksonville Jaguars (previously 4-9) after leading 16-3 at halftime. And that led to a whole lot of upset fans, with some booing quarterback Derek Carr and others and some throwing things:

That’s all not great, and it’s unfortunate that this particular era ended this way. And there’s plenty the Raiders could have done to produce a better result; they were up 16-13 with five minutes left, but then came up with only a long drive that led to kicker Daniel Carlson missing a field goal from 45 yards out (following a previous miss from 50 yards nullified thanks to a running-into-the-kicker penalty). And after that, Oakland gave up a seven-play, 65-yard Jacksonville drive in just 1:13, which led to the eventual winning touchdown on a pass from Gardner Minshew II to Chris Conley with 31 seconds left. The Raiders got the ball back with 18 seconds left, but couldn’t do much with it, and that led to this Jacksonville win and to this ignominious exit from Oakland.

[Top screengrab via Kevin Clark on Twitter]

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