A broken collar bone ended Jason Campbell's day, and maybe much more. The Raiders' game manager had completed six of nine passes for 52 yards before his injury. Kyle Boller replaced Campbell, but Darren McFadden has done the bulk of the work against Cleveland today.
Campbell was averaging 223 passing yards a game with 1,118 passing yards on the season and six touchdowns with four interceptions through his first five games of the 2011 NFL season. Campbell's passing yards per game is up nearly 40 yards per game.
Campbell was ranked by Yahoo! as the twenty second quarterback heading into Week 6 with the taking on the Cleveland Browns who rank 4th against the pass.
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