LOS ANGELES, NOV. 11 -- Don Majkowski threw two touchdown passes and Chris Jacke kicked a team-record five field goals today as the Green Bay Packers upset the Los Angeles Raiders, 29-16.

The loss snapped a 10-game home winning streak for the Raiders, all since Art Shell succeeded Mike Shanahan as head coach early last season.

Majkowski threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Perry Kemp on the first play of the fourth quarter, giving the Packers (4-5) a 26-16 lead. The touchdown came two plays after Majkowski threw a 29-yard pass to Kemp on a third-and-19 play.

Majkowski, who completed 16 of 26 passes for 195 yards with one interception, also threw a five-yard touchdown pass to Vince Workman in the second period. The Packers won despite the fact that Majkowski was sacked eight times.

Jacke kicked field goals of 39 yards in the first quarter, 51 and 32 yards in the second, 23 yards in the third and 20 yards with 17 seconds to play. Without a miss today, Jacke has made 17 of his 19 field goal attempts this season.

The loss was the second straight for the Raiders (6-3), who were favored by seven points. They hadn't lost at the Los Angeles Coliseum since Seattle beat them, 24-20, on Oct. 1, 1989. Shanahan was fired and replaced by Shell two days later.