Before everyone loads up on the running game, Jason Campbell is going to have to prove that he could throw the ball. He did so against Buffalo and New England but threw key interceptions against the Patriots.
He pretty much disappeared in the other three games with his inability to complete the deep ball. I counted five more touchdown passes he could have had if he could just throw it to where his receiver can catch it in stride.
Being a Raiders quarterback isn't about quarterback rating and touchdown passes. It's about making a play when the opportunity presents itself and the fast Raiders receivers have presented themselves wide open.
If he doesn't do it against the Browns, opposing teams will take star running back Darren McFadden away and dare Campbell to beat them.
Campbell will also hear those "PRY-OR" chants!