Raiders vs. Browns Score: Shane Lechler Fake FG Touchdown To Kevin Boss Pushes Lead To 24-10 (VIDEO)

The Oakland Raiders aren't likely to have Jason Campbell the rest of this game, but they're still pushing way ahead on the Cleveland Brown in the second half. Kyle Boller has only had to make one big play, which was a 27 yard hookup with Jacoby Ford. The Raider drive stalled from there and Sebastian Janikowski had to kick a 48 yard field goal to push the Oakland lead to two scores.

Then the Raiders defense stepped up. Colt McCoy fumbled the ball when faced with heavy Raider pressure; Tommy Kelly recovered it to set up Oakland with great field position. The Raiders drive stalled at the Cleveland 35 after Boller was sacked, stripped and recovered his own fumble.

But Oakland had a classic trick that Al Davis would have loved to watch. Everyone went for the field goal block, Janikowski blocked for his holder, and Shane Lechler found Kevin Boss slipping out of the backfield past the Browns defense. Skip up to about :13 to watch the play unfold.


Cleveland managed a field goal later on, but they're still well behind the Raiders.

To discuss the game with Raiders fans, go to Silver and Black Pride. To discuss the game with Browns fans, head to Dawgs By Nature.

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