I hate to be negative, but I thought I'd just put this out there: vs. the Raiders' ailing secondary, Cam Cameron is going to try and make a statement. He's going to get pass-happy again. The problem is, it will not succeed, the running game will be abandoned, and this game will be closer than it should be. A Raiders team that allowed Tampa Bay to score 42 on them in their house, we should beat by 28 at home. They shouldn't score much at all without McFadden. But thanks to Cameron, this win will look pedestrian instead of powerful. His ego is too big to be consistent in running the ball.
His postgame (subliminal) excuse will be that he wanted to put the scare into Pittsburgh's prep for the no-huddle, but this is a thin veil for his onfield treatise into the "told-you-I'm-an offensive-genius" paradigm.
I really hope I'm wrong.