150 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 10 rush yards, 0 rush TD, 1 INTThe Titans should be able to contain the Raiders' running game, so Campbell may be asked to throw a lot right away. Campbell is a bit banged up and is unlikely to provide significant production in what has the making of a low-scoring game.
2 rec, 15 rec yards, 0 rec TD, 70 rush yardsMcFadden could get a lot of touches in the opener if Michael Bush is unable to play, but he will face a Titans team that is stout against the run. He is a risky option for the opener.
1 rec, 5 rec yards, 0 rec TD, 60 rush yards, 1 rush TDBush's status for Week 1 remains in question; and he would not be a good option against a stiff Titans run defense even if he were to play. Go another direction in Week 1.
3 rec, 40 yards, 0 TDBush's status for Week 1 remains in question; and he would not be a good option against a stiff Titans run defense even if he were to play. Go another direction in Week 1.
3 rec, 40 yards, 1 TDMurphy is the Raiders' best deep threat, but he is a high-risk, low-reward option in Week 1 since most of his yardage last season came in just a couple games.
5 rec, 50 yards, 0 TDTight ends were Jason Campbell's best friends a year ago, so Miller makes a strong Week 1 play. Hopefully he is not asked to stay in and block too often.
1 PAT, 2 FGsJanikowski hit multiple field goals in 11 games last season and should get a couple opportunities in Week 1. Janikowski is always a good bet for long field goals given his strong leg.
3 sacks, 1 INT, 0 Fumbles, 0 TDThe Raiders will break in new starters all over the field, but they should also be better than they were a year ago. That won't be enough to contain Chris Johnson, however.
180 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 50 rush yards, 1 INTYoung will have trouble putting up significant passing yards because he will spend a good majority of the game handing off to Chris Johnson. He should be considered nothing more than a QB2 this week.
2 rec, 20 rec yards, 1 rec TD, 150 rush yards, 2 rush TDThe Raiders hope to be a little better against the run, but they will have trouble containing Johnson in Week 1. Johnson should have little trouble recording over 100 yards and a touchdown or two.
5 rec, 90 yards, 1 TDBritt had a difficult preseason and will likely open the season in a reserve role. If he's part of your team, bench him until he sees enough playing time to make a fantasy impact.
2 rec, 25 yards, 0 TDBritt is the Titans' number one receiver for now, but he will have to avoid Nnamdi Asomugha's side of the field to put up decent numbers. Don't expect the Titans to throw much this week anyway.
2 rec, 25 yards, 0 TDGage is not a very explosive receiver, but he could be able to find some seams in the middle of the field. Still, he should not be counted on for much this week.
2 rec, 25 yards, 1 TDThe Raider linebackers will be counted on to stop the run, which could leave the middle of the field for Scaife. He could pick up a touchdown if the Titans decide to throw the ball in the red zone.
5 PATsBironas hit 20 field goals in the 10 games Vince Young started last year, so expect him to get a couple chances to put the ball through the uprights.
5 sacks, 2 INT, 3 Fumbles, 1 TDThe Titans defense is not the force it used to be, but they will take on a Raiders team in Week 1 that has serious questions at receiver and will be breaking in a new quarterback. Expect the Titans defense to take advantage.
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