McFadden and the Raiders will play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers this week. Coming off a bye, he will face a Steelers defense that is statistically toward the middle of the pack against the run.
Rushing totals can sometimes be deceiving, as Pittsburgh has trailed in most of its games this season and is often trying to defend teams running the ball downhill with a lead. McFadden's opposing defense is better than that, and the former first round pick has just 267 yards and two touchdowns in 2013. It should be a long day for the entire Oakland offense.
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