Raiders Run Over Chargers' Top 10 Run Defense, Win, 28-13

The Raiders moved closer to relevance in the AFC West and now sit tied with San Diego for second place behind the Chiefs, after beating the Chargers 28-13. For more on the game and the team in general, go to Silver And Black Pride.

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Raiders Get Running Game Going, Beat Chargers 28-13

San Diego, CA (Sports Network) - Jason Campbell threw for a score and ran one in as the Oakland Raiders took a 28-13 win over the San Diego Chargers in an AFC West battle.

Oakland (6-6) and San Diego (6-6) now sit even at two games behind Kansas City for first place in the division. San Diego hosts the Chiefs next Sunday while Oakland plays at AFC South-leading Jacksonville.

Campbell finished the game 10-for-16 with 117 yards and added 37 yards on seven carries as the Raiders snapped a two-game slide. Darren McFadden scored on the ground and totaled 97 yards on 19 carries while catching three balls for 30 yards. Michael Bush ran the ball 23 times for 95 yards and a score.

Philip Rivers was 23-for-39 for 280 yards, one touchdown and one interception as the Chargers had a four-game winning streak snapped. Antonio Gates caught six passes for 73 yards and a score.

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