Jason Campbell was more relaxed this time and it showed from the outset of Oakland's 32-17 victory over the Chicago Bears.
Oakland's new quarterback led a long scoring drive on the first series of the game, and in his one half of play, Campbell was 10-for-20 for 170 yards with a short TD run and an interception.
In the opening drive, he hit Michael Bush with a 24-yard screen pass on a third-and-17. He completed an 18-yarder to Johnnie Lee Higgins , a 13-yarder to Zach Miller and a 27-yarder to Louis Murphy that carried to the Chicago 2. Campbell sneaked in for the score on a third-and-goal as the Raiders' first unit accounted for its first points of the preseason after failing to score in just over a quarter of action in last week's opener against Dallas.
Chicago's Jay Cutler also played the first half in the game at Soldier Field, completing 7 of 15 for 99 yards with a 22-yard TD pass to Johnny Knox.
Chicago's first-team offense got a big lift when Matt Forte broke loose on an 89-yard TD run in the first quarter. But the Bears converted on only of 2 of 14 third-down situations in the game, while Oakland was 8-for-17.
Kyle Boller quarterbacked the Raiders for most of the second half, scoring on a 2-yard run to cap a 10-play, 51-yard drive late in the third quarter that gave the Raiders a 27-14 lead. Dan LeFevour replaced Cutler and led a drive that reached the 4 before the Bears settled for a 25-yard field goal by Robbie Gould.