2010 NFL Fantasy Preview: Oakland Raiders

The Raiders offer little for fantasy owners, but at least they got rid of JaMarcus Russell. They don’t have many weapons on offense, but Jason Campbell is a clear upgrade.


Fantasy Playoffs Schedule :  Moderate
The Raiders take on the Jaguars in Jacksonville in Week 14 and then the Broncos and Colts at home.  Zach Miller is probably the only guy you can count on in the fantasy playoffs.



Five-Star Fantasy Options




Four-Star Fantasy Options




Three-Star Fantasy Options

Zach Miller—Miller caught 66 passes for 805 yards and three scores. Campbell displayed the ability to get the ball to the TE in Washington, and with Miller as his best option, expect him to put up good numbers.



Two-Star Fantasy Options

Jason Campbell—It’s not that I dislike Campbell, but Al Davis has left the cupboard pretty bare as far as options in the receiving game go. He’s a low-end fantasy backup at best. At least he’s not negative stars like his predecessor.


Darren McFadden—Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Even after two uninspiring seasons, I’m willing to give McFadden another shot at redemption. The backfield isn’t as crowded with Justin Fargas out of the picture. Plus, having a competent QB helps. I wouldn’t count on Run DMC as a starter, but he’s a low risk, high reward depth option at this point.


Michael Bush—Bush is a tougher runner than McFadden,...

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