(WXIA) -- The final preseason game took place Thursday night as the Falcons played host to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Atlanta was unable to come away with a victory, falling 20-16, and finished the preseason winless.
The Falcons will open the regular season on the road in New Orleans on Sept. 8.
PHOTOS | Falcons battle Jaguars
Jordan Todman ran for an 18-yard touchdown with five minutes left in the first quarter. (7-0)
Josh Scobee kicked a 29-yard field goal with 13:44 left in the second quarter. (10-0)
Jonathan Massaquoi returns a 9-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown with 1:36 left in the second quarter. Extra point attempt is no good. (10-6)
Jeremy Shelley kicked a 42-yard field goal with 14 second left in the second quarter. (10-9)
Josh Scobee kicked a 32-yard field goal with 9:39 left in the third quarter. (13-9)
Josh Vaughan ran for a 65-yard touchdown with 7:24 left in the third quarter. (16-13)
Mike Kafka threw a 13-yard pass to Jeremy Ebert for a touchdown with 14:18 left in the fourth quarter. (20-16)
RUSHING (Team: player, attempts-yards)
JAC: Jordan Todman 9-60, Denard Robinson 12-36, Mike Kafka 3-17, Jonathan Grimes 2-5, Lonnie Pryor 4-(minus 1), Matt Scott 2-(minus 3).
ATL: Josh Vaughan 5-83, Jacquizz Rodgers 7-24, Dominique Davis 5-23, Antone Smith 6-20, Jason Snelling 4-18, Sean Renfree 1-5, Bradie Ewing 1-2, Ronnie Wingo 2-1, Patrick DiMarco 1-0.
PASSING (Team: player, completions-attempts-interceptions-yards)
JAC: Matt Scott 6-12-1-67, Chad Henne 6-10-1-56, Mike Kafka 6-15-0-46, Denard Robinson 0-1-0-0.
ATL: Dominique Davis 18-35-1-175, Sean Renfree 3-5-0-1.
RECEIVING (Team: player, receptions-yards)
JAC: Mike Brown 4-44, Ace Sanders 3-24, Jordan Todman 2-13, Brett Brackett 1-24, Jeremy Ebert 1-13, Charly Martin 1-10, Lonnie Pryor 1-3, Allen Reisner 1-13, Denard Robinson 1-3, Jordan Shipley 1-4, Cecil Shorts 1-5.
ATL: Chase Coffman 4-47, Antone Smith 4-23, Kevin Cone 2-25, James Rodgers 2-11, Jason Snelling 2-10, Drew Davis 1-11, Darius Johnson 1-19, Jacques McClendon 1-(minus 10), Martel Moore 1-23, Jacquizz Rodgers 1-3, Levine Toilolo 1-8, Ronnie Wingo 1-6.