A week after being replaced as the Raiders starting quarterback, Jason Campbell is back in the lineup. Once again the question is for how long.
Bruce Gradkowski and Jason Campbell have flip-flopped as the starting quarterback in Oakland all season. That might be coming to an end though, as reports indicate that Gradkowski has a separated shoulder.
The once-vaunted running game has stalled, the defense is struggling to stop both the run and the pass, and the Oakland Raiders have had little success offensively no matter who has been playing quarterback.
Chad Henne looked like a different quarterback and the Miami Dolphins looked like a completely different offense.
Bruce Gradkowski is finally fully healed from a separated throwing shoulder just in time for the Oakland Raiders to make another trip to his hometown of Pittsburgh—the site of his greatest NFL victory.
Without even playing this past weekend, the Oakland Raiders moved into a tie for first place in the AFC West. Staying there might not be as easy.
Jason Campbell might have done enough to win back the starting quarterback job for the Oakland Raiders even after Bruce Gradkowski recovers.
Coach Tom Cable says Jason Campbell will make his fourth straight start at quarterback this week for the Oakland Raiders.
John Madden discusses the outstanding pitching performance by Giants rookie Madison Bumgarner in Game Four of the World Series, and the rare combination of exceptional talent and calm under pressure.
Jason Campbell will make his third straight start at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders in place of the injured Bruce Gradkowski.