Tom Cable has named Jason Campbell as the starting quarterback when he takes the Oakland Raiders into Heinz field to take on an old rival—the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The hatred between these teams—and their fans, goes back a long time. Don't expect too many hugs or fist bumps at the midfield coin toss.
Not since the days of Kenny Stabler versus the "Steel Curtain" and Terry Bradshaw versus the "11 angry men" has a Raiders versus Steelers tilt meant so much.
The Raiders are looking to solidify their place atop the AFC West, and the Steelers are trying to keep pace with the red-hot Baltimore Ravens in the AFC North.
There's a lot at stake for both teams—to say the least.
The Steelers and their top ranked rushing defense are favored by seven points, but don't let that fool you. This is a winnable game for the Raiders.
What follows are my keys for the Raiders to pull off a repeat of last season's upset in Pittsburgh.