OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — San Diego’s Philip Rivers threw a 6- yard touchdown pass to Malcom Floyd and Nate Kaeding kicked a career-high tying five field goals to spoil Dennis Allen’s debut as Oakland coach with a 22-14 victory Monday night.

The Raiders couldn’t score a touchdown until the final minute and there were three botched punts after an injury to Pro Bowl long snapper Jon Condo.

Rivers threw for 231 yards, but was sacked just once and did not turn the ball over after having 20 interceptions a year ago.

Darren McFadden caught a career-high 13 passes for Oakland. A head injury to Condo in the second quarter proved to be even more significant when backup long snapper Travis Goethel was involved in three plays that resulted three field goals for the Chargers.

Carson Palmer finally got Oakland into the end zone with 54 seconds left on a 2-yard pass to rookie Rod Streater and the two connected for a 2-point conversion to make it 22-14. But San Diego recovered the onside kick and iced the game.

Palmer went 32 for 46 for 297 yards.

Ravens 44, Bengals 13

BALTIMORE (AP) — Joe Flacco threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns, Ed Reed took an interception 34 yards for a score and Baltimore extended its home winning streak to 11 games.

Using the no-huddle offense almost flawlessly, the Ravens amassed 430 yards and got two short touchdown runs from Ray Rice. After letting an early 14- point lead dwindle to 17-13, the Ravens pulled away by scoring 24 straight points in just over six minutes.

Flacco watched the final eight minutes of the blowout on the sideline after going 21 for 29 in Baltimore’s ninth consecutive victory in the AFC North. The Ravens were the only team in the division to win the opener.

The Ravens sacked Andy Dalton four times and turned two turnovers into touchdowns over a two-minute span. After Reed’s touchdown return, Ray Lewis forced a fumble that was recovered by Lardarius Webb, setting up a 1-yard touchdown run by Rice to make it 41-13 with 13:41 remaining.

Dalton went 22 for 37 for 221 yards, and BenJarvus Green- Ellis rushed for 91 yards and a score in his Cincinnati debut.