Jason Campbell was better the second time around, with patient 97- and 73-yard drives in the second half. Campbell finished 13-for-18 for 159 yards, a touchdown and a nifty passer rating of 117.6.
It was methodical, but it must have been maddening to the Chargers. Campbell said he took what the defense gave him, and felt like he did back in training camp - and not like those first two games.
"It's my first time with this team, so it's different in practice and in the game," he said. "Playing with the guys, you've got to get a feel for the guys. Everything's new to me. You sit back, you see guys' strengths, and then try and fit yourself in."
He was good enough Sunday that when Bruce Gradkowski is back from his shoulder injury, the Raiders will have a good ol' quarterback controversy.
"I just thought (Campbell's) overall feel for it was tremendous," coach Tom Cable said. "He played just like you would hope he would."