Browns Vs. Raiders: Oakland Secures Victory As Jason Campbell Breaks Collar Bone

The Oakland Raiders tied the San Diego Chargers in the wins column with a 24-17 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, but it appears to have been a costly victory. Raiders starting quarterback Jason Campbell was knocked out of the game with what is likely a broken collar bone. Kyle Boller replaced him and threw for 100 yards on 8-of-14 passing.

Boller is tentatively scheduled to start next week against the Kansas City Chiefs, but the team does have Terrelle Pryor waiting in the wings (though that's probably the longest of the long shots). David Garrard is still lingering on the free agent market and could be worth following up on.

However, the best move for the Raiders may be to commit to Darren McFadden and Michael Bush more often. McFadden picked up 91 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries.

For more on the Browns, head to SB Nation's Browns blog Dawg Pound; for more on the Raiders, head to Silver and Black Pride.

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