Raiders report card

Passing offense: Jason Campbell played well in relief of injured starter Bruce Gradkowski. He completed 9 of 10 passes for 118 yards and one score during back-to-back touchdown drives that rallied the Raiders from a 24-15 deficit. Grade: A

Running offense: Michael Bush rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown in his first start of the season. His solid showing helped lessen the sting of the Raiders playing without lead back Darren McFadden. Grade: A-

Passing defense: Almost nonexistent. The Raiders' third-ranked pass defense allowed 431 yards and two touchdowns in a performance that was forgettable other than a late sack that caused a fumble and game-clinching return for a touchdown. Grade: F

Running defense: The Raiders did a commendable job neutralizing the Chargers' ground game, save for a 4-yard touchdown run by Mike Tolbert. The Chargers averaged only 3.5 yards on 26 carries. Grade: A-

Special teams: Rock Cartwright and Brandon Myers blocked punts. Hiram Eugene returned the second one for a touchdown. Sebastian Janikowski converted both his field goal attempts. Punter Shane Lechler averaged 52.8 yards. Jacoby Ford fumbled two kickoffs, though the Raiders recovered both. Grade: A-

Coaching: Tom Cable pushed all the right buttons and kept his team focused after it squandered a 12-point lead. Special teams coach John Fassel's troops made several game-altering plays. Grade: A

-- STEVE CORKRAN