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    Even with their worst home loss since 2006 fresh in their minds and an injury list that keeps growing, the Pittsburgh Steelers say they're not headed for another midseason collapse.

    Beating a team that played a significant part in last season's downfall would be a good way to prove it.

    The Oakland Raiders were in last place when they stunned the Steelers at Heinz Field last year, but they'll be looking to keep at least a share of the AFC West lead by earning a fourth straight win Sunday.

    Through the first half of this season, Pittsburgh seemed to show few similarities to the team that lost five in a row in 2009. That slide, however, began after a 6-2 start, the same record the Steelers brought into Sunday night's showdown with New England.

    Pittsburgh (6-3) didn't look anything like a team that could take over sole possession of first place in the AFC North, letting Tom Brady throw for 350 yards in a 39-26 loss.

    The defeat was the Steelers' worst at Heinz Field since falling 31-7 to Baltimore on Dec. 24, 2006.

    "You can't start dredging up things from the past," safety Ryan Clark said. "This is one night, and one night we need to get better from. Obviously, for our defense, it hurts more because we're not used to playing this way. We're not used to giving up yardage the way we did."

    Big days by opposing quarterbacks turned into a theme for the Steelers in last season's second half with safety Troy Polamalu sidelined. However, Pittsburgh has been getting routinely burned in 2010 with the former All-Pro healthy.

    Pittsburgh has allowed 272.6 passing yards per game since Oct. 17, sixth most in the league.

    "We did take a hit. No excuses," cornerback Ike Taylor said. "We have to come back and do what we need to do, feed off of this and make sure it doesn't happen again."

    The performance cost one Steeler his job. Jeff Reed was cut two days after missing a 26-yard field goal -- his seventh miss of the season. The team replaced him with Shaun Suisham.

    The Steelers led or were tied in the fourth quarter of the first four losses during their '09 skid, but in no quarter were they worse than the fourth against the Raiders on Dec. 6. Bruce Gradkowski helped Oakland pile up 223 yards in the final 15 minutes and the Raiders scored three touchdowns in the last 8:21 of a 27-24 victory.

    That was a Raiders team that was more than a two-touchdown underdog heading in at 3-8, but Tom Cable's club is no longer playing spoiler. Oakland (5-4) has won three straight, the latest 23-20 over Kansas City on Nov. 7.

    The Raiders then experienced their best week off in quite a while. Denver's win over the Chiefs lifted Oakland into a tie atop the division, the first time it's been there this late in the season since 2002.

    That was the last time the Raiders won at least four straight, part of a five-game run.

    "People are really going to start talking about us for playoff contention if we do that," safety Mike Mitchell said. "Everything that we've done up to this point is going to come down to what we do Sunday. We just want to keep all that momentum going."

    This time at Heinz Field, they'll have Jason Campbell under center. Cable initially said Pittsburgh native Gradkowski would regain the starting job when he recovered from a shoulder injury, but Campbell has given the offense a boost. He's thrown five touchdowns and one pick while posting a 104.3 passer rating during the winning streak.

    In Darrius Heyward-Bey and Jacoby Ford -- who had 306 all-purpose yards against the Chiefs -- the Raiders certainly have the speed to give the Steelers' secondary trouble again. Additionally, tight end Zach Miller and receiver Louis Murphy -- who caught two touchdowns last season in Pittsburgh -- are expected to return.

    Darren McFadden, averaging 5.4 yards per carry, will be facing a Pittsburgh run defense that gave up 100 yards against New England for the first time since end Aaron Smith was injured.

    Leading tackler Lawrence Timmons has a hip pointer, but is likely to play Sunday.

    Who's healthy on either side could play a big role in what Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers do. Guard Chris Kemoeatu and receiver Hines Ward are expected back for Pittsburgh, while star cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha and tackle John Henderson are questionable for Oakland.

    The Raiders have surrendered 236.0 yards per game during their winning streak.

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    Default Re: Game 10 : Steelers vs. Raiders : 11.21.10

    This Week's Line

    2010 Trends (Regular Season)
    The Raiders are 5-3 ATS.
    The Raiders are 2-1 ATS away.
    The Raiders are 4-2 ATS as the underdog.
    The Raiders are 2-1 ATS as an away underdog.
    The Steelers are 5-4 ATS.
    The Steelers are 2-2 ATS at home.
    The Steelers are 3-3 ATS as the favorite.
    The Steelers are 1-2 ATS as a home favorite.

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    [HIGH-LIGHT]3 REASON WHY THE STEELERS WILL WIN[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1) Defense — A week after getting embarrassed by the Patriots and Tom Brady, the unit wants to get back to being one of the best defenses in the league.

    2) Mike Wallace — With CB Nnamdi Asomugha nursing an ankle injury, the Steelers could take advantage of Wallace's speed to get deep on the average Oakland secondary.

    3) Chris Kemoeatu — The left guard is expected back in the lineup and will help a Steelers run game that was held to 76 yards last week.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]3 REASONS WHY THE STEELERS WILL LOSE[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1) Richard Seymour — The 31-year-old veteran has been absolutely dominant. He is on pace for a career high 78 tackles and nearly 10 sacks.

    2) Darren McFadden — McFadden is averaging 5.4 yards per carry and will be facing a Steelers run defense that gave up 100 yards last week against New England.

    3) Jason Campbell — The Steelers have allowed 272.6 passing yards per game since Oct. 17. Campbell has thrown five TDs and one interception during a three-game winning streak.

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    Default Re: Game 10 : Steelers vs. Raiders : 11.21.10

    When the Raiders have the ball: Their offense revolves around RB Darren McFadden but, as the Steelers discovered last season, the Raiders can stretch the field with their receivers. During their three-game win streak, QB Jason Campbell has completed 46 of 80 passes for 742 yards, five TDs with one interception for a passer rating of 104.3. WR Louis Murphy is second on the team with 21 catches and 337 yards, but he had a big game against the Steelers last season, catching four passes for 128 yards and two touchdowns -- one 75-yarder and the other the game-winner with less than two minutes remaining. Rookie WR Jacoby Ford combines with second-year WR Darrius Heyward-Bey to give the Raiders two of the fastest receivers in the league. Heyward-Bey, though, might not play because of a hamstring injury.

    When the Steelers have the ball: The offense had 425 total yards against the Patriots, with QB Ben Roethlisberger passing for 387 yards and three touchdowns, but most of that came in the fourth quarter after the score was 23-3. The Steelers need to start faster and keep the Raiders from relentlessly pressuring Roethlisberger, who was sacked five times by the Patriots. DT Richard Seymour is playing the way he did with the Patriots, often drawing double-teams blocks that keep offensive linemen from getting to the second level. Seymour and DT Tommy Kelly, who have combined for nine sacks, create lots of space for rookie MLB Rolando McClain, their No. 1 draft choice, to make tackles. The good news is that All-Pro CB Nnamdi Asomugha (right ankle sprain) is not expected to play, which bodes well for WR Mike Wallace (eight catches, 136 yards, 2 TDs vs. the Patriots). Asomugha has allowed just one touchdown in the past three seasons. His replacement is Chris Johnson.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]Keep and eye on[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    TE Zach Miller ... Despite his position, he is a big-play receiver for the Raiders and a one-on-one mismatch for most linebackers and safeties. Miller leads the team with 34 catches, including eight of 20 yards or more, and four touchdowns. He did not play in the previous game because of a right arch injury, but he is expected to play against the Steelers.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]Intangibles[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    The Raiders are one of the hottest and highest-scoring teams in the league, having won an AFC-best three in a row and averaging 38.6 points in those three victories. What's more, they scored 21 points in the fourth quarter to beat the Steelers, 27-24, in 2009.The Raiders have won the past two meetings, three of the past five and lead the all-time regular-season series, 10-8. The teams are 3-3 in the postseason. ... The Steelers are 2-2 at home this season.
    Keys to victory:

    [HIGH-LIGHT]To win, the Raiders must ...[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1 Start fast. The NFL's No. 2 rush offense and lots of defensive pressure make them ideally suited to play with a lead.

    2 Apply Murphy's Law. He led the comeback victory against the Steelers last season, catching fourth-quarter TD passes of 75 and 11 yards.

    3 Have Ben see more of Richard. The Raiders defensive line, led by Seymour, account for 16 1/2 of the 27 sacks.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]To win, the Steelers must ...[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1 Stop D-Mac with the D-line. The league's No. 1 rush defense can't let McFadden, who has eight runs of 20 yards or longer, get into the secondary.

    2 Not let Zach attack. If the Raiders channel the Patriots, they will try Miller in the slot against Gay, who was beaten for a pair of TDs by TE Rob Gronkowski.

    3 Not get fleeced by Jason. Tom Brady attacked the Steelers underneath their coverage; Campbell will try to go over the top with his speedy receivers.

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    Default Re: Game 10 : Steelers vs. Raiders : 11.21.10

    When the Raiders have the ball: Their offense revolves around RB Darren McFadden but, as the Steelers discovered last season, the Raiders can stretch the field with their receivers. During their three-game win streak, QB Jason Campbell has completed 46 of 80 passes for 742 yards, five TDs with one interception for a passer rating of 104.3. WR Louis Murphy is second on the team with 21 catches and 337 yards, but he had a big game against the Steelers last season, catching four passes for 128 yards and two touchdowns -- one 75-yarder and the other the game-winner with less than two minutes remaining. Rookie WR Jacoby Ford combines with second-year WR Darrius Heyward-Bey to give the Raiders two of the fastest receivers in the league. Heyward-Bey, though, might not play because of a hamstring injury.

    When the Steelers have the ball: The offense had 425 total yards against the Patriots, with QB Ben Roethlisberger passing for 387 yards and three touchdowns, but most of that came in the fourth quarter after the score was 23-3. The Steelers need to start faster and keep the Raiders from relentlessly pressuring Roethlisberger, who was sacked five times by the Patriots. DT Richard Seymour is playing the way he did with the Patriots, often drawing double-teams blocks that keep offensive linemen from getting to the second level. Seymour and DT Tommy Kelly, who have combined for nine sacks, create lots of space for rookie MLB Rolando McClain, their No. 1 draft choice, to make tackles. The good news is that All-Pro CB Nnamdi Asomugha (right ankle sprain) is not expected to play, which bodes well for WR Mike Wallace (eight catches, 136 yards, 2 TDs vs. the Patriots). Asomugha has allowed just one touchdown in the past three seasons. His replacement is Chris Johnson.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]Keep and eye on[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    TE Zach Miller ... Despite his position, he is a big-play receiver for the Raiders and a one-on-one mismatch for most linebackers and safeties. Miller leads the team with 34 catches, including eight of 20 yards or more, and four touchdowns. He did not play in the previous game because of a right arch injury, but he is expected to play against the Steelers.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]Intangibles[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    The Raiders are one of the hottest and highest-scoring teams in the league, having won an AFC-best three in a row and averaging 38.6 points in those three victories. What's more, they scored 21 points in the fourth quarter to beat the Steelers, 27-24, in 2009.The Raiders have won the past two meetings, three of the past five and lead the all-time regular-season series, 10-8. The teams are 3-3 in the postseason. ... The Steelers are 2-2 at home this season.
    Keys to victory:

    [HIGH-LIGHT]To win, the Raiders must ...[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1 Start fast. The NFL's No. 2 rush offense and lots of defensive pressure make them ideally suited to play with a lead.

    2 Apply Murphy's Law. He led the comeback victory against the Steelers last season, catching fourth-quarter TD passes of 75 and 11 yards.

    3 Have Ben see more of Richard. The Raiders defensive line, led by Seymour, account for 16 1/2 of the 27 sacks.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]To win, the Steelers must ...[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    1 Stop D-Mac with the D-line. The league's No. 1 rush defense can't let McFadden, who has eight runs of 20 yards or longer, get into the secondary.

    2 Not let Zach attack. If the Raiders channel the Patriots, they will try Miller in the slot against Gay, who was beaten for a pair of TDs by TE Rob Gronkowski.

    3 Not get fleeced by Jason. Tom Brady attacked the Steelers underneath their coverage; Campbell will try to go over the top with his speedy receivers.

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    Default Re: Game 10 : Steelers vs. Raiders : 11.21.10

    Key Matchups

    Wallace vs. Asomugha

    Is Nnamdi Asomugha the NFL’s best cornerback back or its most overrated?

    In each of the past three years, Asomugha has been selected to play in the Pro Bowl. But in each of the past three seasons, he’s had just one interception and he doesn’t have any picks this year. Obviously, the Raiders don’t think Asomugha is overrated. Last year, they made him the highest-paid corner by signing him to a three-year deal worth $45.3 million including $28.5 million in guaranteed money.

    If Asomugha plays today — and that’s a big if — Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace will face the stiffest test of his young pro career. Asomugha has been bothered by a sprained ankle. He’s listed as questionable, but Raiders coach Tom Cable said Asomugha’s availability will be a game-time decision.

    Wallace, the Steelers’ rookie of the year in ’09, tied Hines Ward and Heath Miller for the team lead last year with six TD catches. So far this year, Wallace has seven TD catches, which is two more than Ward (4) and Miller (1) combined.

    Kemoeatu/Pouncey vs. Seymour

    Last year when New England traded defensive tackle Richard Seymour to Oakland, it seemed like Patriots coach Bill Belichick pulled a fast one over Al Davis. The Patriots got a first-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft in exchange for a once great athlete with a big salary cap number ($3.685 million last year).

    Well, at age 30, Seymour played so well last year that the Raiders put a franchise tag on him this year and are paying him $12.4 million. It’s money well spent. The five-time Pro Bowler is dominating like he did when helping the Patriots win Super Bowls in 2001, ‘04 and ‘05.

    Seymour typically lines up across an opponent’s left guard. When that’s the case today, it’ll be Chris Kemoeatu who’ll have to take on Seymour. But sometimes, Seymour lines up over center or in the center-guard “A gap.” So, there may be times when Steelers rookie center Maurkice Pouncey will have to take on Seymour. Then again, it may take a Pouncey-Kemoeatu double-team to stop Seymour.

    Polamlau vs. Miller

    Too many times last week, the Steelers had nickel cornerback William Gay matched up against Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. That quickly turned into as Gronkowski beat Gay on two of his three TD passes in the game.

    Today, though, don’t be surprised if the responsibilities of Steelers strong safety Troy Polamalu include covering Raiders tight end Zach Miller.

    Miller, a fourth-year pro, continues to develop as a pass receiver. In his first three seasons, he showed steady improvement with 44, 56 and 66 catches, respectively. This year, he leads the Raiders in receptions (34), receiving yards (461) and TD catches (6).

    Because the Raiders won’t likely throw 43 times as the Patriots did last week, the Steelers won’t line up in their nickel defense as often. That means Gay won’t be on the field as much. That could be a good thing for the Steelers defense. Even though Polamalu was limited at practice this week with an Achilles strain, the Steelers are confident he can cover Miller.

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    Default Re: Game 10 : Steelers vs. Raiders : 11.21.10

    Five Questions

    What’s the Steelers’ No. 1 priority today?

    Stopping Raiders running back Darren McFadden. The fourth overall pick of the 2008 draft, McFadden is shedding the bust label and finally living up to expectations. Even though he missed two games earlier this year with injuries, he’s tied for seventh in the league with 757 rushing yards. He leads the NFL with 108.1 rushing yards per game. Along with 24 catches for 242 yards, he leads all running backs with 999 total yards from scrimmage. Even though the Steelers rank first in rushing defense (63.2 yards per game), it’s hard to imagine the Raiders abandoning the run. In McFadden’s first two seasons as a pro, he rushed for 499 and 357 yards, respectively. But now, he’s the centerpiece of an offense that ranks second in the NFL in rushing (162.2 ypg) and seventh in scoring (26.1 points pg).

    After last week’s loss to the Patriots, where do the Steelers rank defensively?

    After giving up 39 points and 453 yards of offense to Tom Brady & Company, the Steelers’ defense dropped down a few pegs in most statistical categories. The Steelers remain first in rushing defense but overall, they’re ninth. Against the pass, they’re 26th. They also dropped from first to fifth in scoring defense at 18.0 ppg.

    How many McFaddens will be on the field today?

    Three. Oakland has running back Darren McFadden and backup cornerback Walter McFadden. For the Steelers, there’s starting cornerback Bryant McFadden. Darren isn’t related to Walter or Bryant. There is confusion about the exact relationship between the two McFadden cornerbacks. Several media outlets say they’re brothers. But Bryant claims Walter is his cousin.

    Who’s the highest-paid punter in NFL history?

    Oakland’s Shane Lechler. Last year, Lechler signed a four-year contract worth $16 million including $9 million in guaranteed money. While it’s hard to imagine a team paying that much for a punter, at least Lechler has been the best in the business in his 11 pro seasons. He’s been to five Pro Bowls (2001. ’04, ’07, ’08 and ’09). He’s the NFL’s all-time leader with an average of 47.4 yards per punt. He leads the NFL this year with a 49.1 average. This year, he has 18 kicks longer than 50 yards and six of those were longer than 60.

    When was the last time the Raiders made the playoffs?

    The team with the “Commitment to Excellence” motto hasn’t played a postseason game since the 2002 season when it lost to Tampa Bay in Super Bowl XXXVII. Since then, the Raiders have gone 4-12, 5-11, 2-14, 4-12, 5-11 and 5-11. Since the start of the ’02 season, they’ve had five coaches: Bill Callahan, Norv Turner, Art Shell, Lane Kiffin and now Tom Cable. The Raiders have also started 12 different quarterbacks during that span: Rich Gannon, Rick Mirer, Marques Tuiasosopo, Kerry Collins, Andrew Walter, Aaron Brooks, Josh McCown, Daunte Culpepper, JaMarcus Russell, Charlie Frye, Bruce Gradkowski and Jason Campbell. That crew hardly resembles a commitment to excellence.

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    Default Re: Game 10 : Steelers vs. Raiders : 11.21.10

    Inactives

    Oakland: CB Nnamdi Asomugha, CB Walter McFadden, RB Michael Bennett, LB Bruce Davis, G Daniel Loper, WR Chaz Schilens, WR Darrius Heyward-Bey
    Kyle Boller 3rd QB

    Pittsburgh: S Will Allen, RB Jonathan Dwyer, CB Crezdon Butler, T Chris Scott, T Tony Hills, DE Aaron Smith, DE Brett Keisel
    Charlie Batch 3rd QB

    Asomugha is a big break for the Steelers. Mike Wallace in particular.

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    Default Re: Game 10 : Steelers vs. Raiders : 11.21.10

    Heyward-Bey and Osamaguhe or however the **** you spell it are out for the Raiders today

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    Did anyone know that the Chicago Bears are somehow 7-3?

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    Did anyone know that the Chicago Bears are somehow 7-3?
    Yea... Go figure.... Orton is sporadic and the O-line lets him get killed... Nonetheless, there they are...

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    Watching some pregame shows from around the league and everyone keeps mentioning how terrible the field is today. Apparently it's bad even by Heinz Field standards. They're hoping to resod the field before the next home game.

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    Watching some pregame shows from around the league and everyone keeps mentioning how terrible the field is today. Apparently it's bad even by Heinz Field standards. They're hoping to resod the field before the next home game.
    they'll have to. I wanna say that the WPIAL (highschool) games should be happening down there soon.if the field sucks now (not sure why exactly) it should get downright ugly after those highschool games

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