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Fantasy Football Start 'Em Sit 'Em Week 15: A Raider Recap

The Raiders put up over 500 yards of offense and 39 points against the Denver Broncos. Not a bad day’s work. They did most of the damage on the ground. More than just having one fantasy standout, they spread it around. Let’s recap the action.

QB Jason Campbell: The Raiders had a couple of plays go down to the one. One of those was a Jason Campbell pass. As a result Campbell ended with only one TD pass and 238 yards. He also was picked twice.

RB Darren McFadden: McFadden again broke the century mark. He was held from having a huge fantasy day though, when the Raiders used Michael Bush on the short yardage goal line runs. McFadden ended the day with 129 yards on 20 carries and 39 yards on 4 catches.

RB Michael Bush: Bush got a decent amount of touches, but did not have many yards to show for it. He did reward any fantasy owners who started him with two touchdowns. He had 24 yards on 12 carries.

TE Zach Miller: Miller is definitely getting over is foot injury. Penalties kept Miller from having a huge fantasy day as he had one touchdown called back, two catches and about 40 yards. He ended the day with 4 catches on 39 yards.

WR Jacoby Ford: Ford was the only receiver worth mentioning and he showed why he is the only Oakland WR worth playing. He gets touches in a variety of ways. He ended the day with 3 catches for 45 yards, but it was his 71-yard touchdown run that rewarded anyone who was gutsy enough to play him.

Oakland Defense: The Oakland defense picked up a safety. They failed to generate any turnovers though. They did manage to sack Tim Tebow twice.