Jay Schroeder threw two touchdown passes yesterday as the Los Angeles Raiders completed their best preseason since 1976 by overpowering the previously unbeaten San Diego Chargers, 34-7.
Only 25,071 attended at the Los Angeles Coliseum, which may lose the Raiders to Oakland.
Schroeder went 33 yards to Mervyn Fernandez and 35 yards to Vance Mueller as the Raiders (4-1) won their fourth straight.
Schroeder, who played the first half and the first series of the second half, completed 12 of 22 for 151 yards and one interception in by far his best showing this preseason.
Rookie linebacker Junior Seau, a holdout until Monday, lasted two plays in his first game for the Chargers. He got into a fight and was ejected.
Giants 28, Browns 10:
Top draft pick Rodney Hampton caught one of Phil Simms's two touchdown tosses, weaving 27 yards on a screen pass, and ran 11 yards for another score as New York (4-0) beat Cleveland (1-4) in East Rutherford, N.J.
Simms, who completed 12 of 18 for 210 yards, hit Mark Ingram on a nine-yard pass for the first score.
Hampton continued to impress in his effort to move ahead of veterans Ottis Anderson and Joe Morris and second-year pro Lewis Tillman. His touchdowns were his third and fourth of the preseason, and he made both of them look very easy. He rushed just twice for 29 yards in the game.
Morris, the Giants' all-time leading rusher, gained 31 yards on eight carries. He's fighting to save his job through Monday's final cutdown.
Oilers 27, Cowboys 6:
Warren Moon got just enough spark out of Houston's run-and-shoot offense in Irving, Tex., to give Jack Pardee his first victory as Oilers coach.
Moon had one touchdown pass and set up three other scores with his passing. Houston (1-3) put Dallas (1-3) away with 17 fourth-quarter points on a 52-yard field goal by Tony Zendejas, an 8-yard scoring run by Allen Pinkett and a 14-yard pass, Cody Carlson to Pinkett.
Steelers 20, Eagles 10:
Bubby Brister passed to Louis Lipps for an 18-yard score and set up another touchdown with a 45-yard pass to Weegie Thompson as Pittsburgh (2-2), at home, turned three of five Philadelphia turnovers into scores.
Randall Cunningham quarterbacked the Eagles (2-2) most of the way and had a 55-yard scoring pass play to Fred Barnett.