How it Happened: Raiders 23 Chargers 20 OT

The Oakland Raiders defeated the San Diego Chargers 23-20 in OT Thursday night in Charles Woodson's last home game. Here's how it all went down.

The Raiders got the ball to start the game but an interception led to a short field and a San Diego touchdown to put the Chargers up 7-0 early.

The Raiders answered as the Tay Train pulled out of the station.

The Chargers took a 14-7 lead with a short touchdown pass. Then Murray added to the memorable night with a milestone.

Then kicker Sebastian Janikowski tied a record with his 52nd field goal of 50 or more yards and cut the lead to 14-10.

The Chargers led 17-10 at halftime. Then defensive end Denico Autry recorded the Raiders second safety in the last three weeks.

Which of course led to...

The two-point try was good and the Raiders led 20-17. The Chargers added a late field goal to take things to overtime. Charles Woodson's last home game, Raider Nation in full throat, Christmas Eve, of course it went to overtime.

The Raiders won the toss and wide receiver Seth Roberts delievered an early present.

And there was much rejoicing...

You're Charles Woodson. You just won your last home game. They give you the microphone.

When you win on NFL Network's Thursday Night Football and you are one road game away from a trip to Canton, you stop by for some conversation.

And address the local media one more time at O.co Coliseum.

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