Raiders Vs. Chargers, Thursday Night Football: Carson Palmer Connects On a Long TD To Denarius Moore

The San Diego Chargers offense just can't seem to get going, as they were forced to another three-and-out, their fourth straight. The Raiders once again took the football after a nice Denarius Moore punt return and began to methodically move the football down the field with the legs of running back Michael Bush and with the arm of quarterback Carson Palmer.

On the first play of the drive, Palmer hit Bush out of the backfield for a perfectly executed screen pass, picking up 23 yards to get all the way to the San Deigo 33-yard line. After the two-minute warning, Carson Palmer struck down the football field once again. Palmer dropped back to pass, rolled out and hit Denarius Moore deep down the field for a 33-yard touchdown pass. Palmer has connected on four passes of 20 yards or more already in the game.

For more on this game between the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders, check out Bolts From The Blue and Silver And Black Pride.

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