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Let's be real for a second. There is no quarterback controversy in Oakland. There is only one starter who has won a game that he has started. Actually make it three games that he has started.
Sure Bruce Gradkowski came in and won a game against the Rams, but the Raiders were never in trouble during that game and Campbell could of stayed and won it as well.
Campbell did make up for the Rams game by coming in late against the Chargers in the second half and playing an impressive game.
We all have to remember that the Raiders offense is still a work in progress. The offensive line still has issues with pass protection, and the receivers are still dropping balls.
Sure Campbell has missed some throws, but who wouldn't under pressure?
What can't be denied Campbell's hot hand and the way the offense has responded to him as a starter. It's amazing that some people think it's not Campbell but the players around him that are playing better.
Um . . . duh. Players are supposed to want to play better and make plays for the quarterback. The longer Campbell is under center, the better the Raiders offense will be.
Once the Raiders start getting healthier on offense, Campbell should start putting up better numbers. In the last three weeks under Campbell, we've seen Oakland do things that they haven't done in seven years or have never done at all.
The Raiders may have found their quarterback.