MIAMI -- Oakland Raiders coach Lane Kiffin is guessing Daunte Culpepper will want his or offensive coordinator Greg Knapp's job.
On his second touchdown pass, Culpepper told receiver Jerry Porter if the Miami Dolphins were set on not allowing Porter to run a slant route -- on which he scored in the first quarter -- to go deep.
Porter went deep and caught a 27-yard touchdown pass to help the Raiders beat Miami 35-17.
Kiffin said it was a "great call" by Culpepper.
"So I guess the guy's going to want to be offensive coordinator as well," Kiffin said. "But that's what you get from him. You get a guy who's in the huddle and he'll take over sometimes."
Porter called the decision a "tendency breaker," as teams noticed the Raiders' proclivity for short routes. It was Porter's first multi-touchdown game since Oct. 30, 2005, at Tennessee.
"I've had this feeling before one time," Porter said. "It's been awhile. ... I don't really mind it at all."
Defensive tackle Warren Sapp had a laugh when asked about Porter, who guaranteed a win only to see the Raiders run for 299 yards.
"What you going to guarantee next time?" a smiling Sapp said. "It's tough when you run your mouth."
The Raiders began returning to the field 24 minutes after officials delayed the kickoff. During the delay, the grounds crew put fresh dirt on the baseball infield at Dolphin Stadium and rechalked lines in the dirt that were washed away by the rain.
The Raiders' game at Denver on Sept. 26 was delayed 25 minutes because of lightning in the second quarter.
Cornerback Fabian Washington (hamstring) left the game early. Linebacker Sam Williams also left the game in the second half because of an undisclosed injury.