Oakland Raiders Running Back Breakdown and Position Analysis

May 24, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There are very few positions on the depth chart that could waver anywhere between the team's strongest position and their weakest, but, for the Oakland Raiders, that's exactly where the running back position lies.
If healthy, Darren McFadden remains Oakland's most dangerous weapon.
Having played just 19 games in the past two seasons, however, he's also their most fragile player.
Behind McFadden are two newcomers—veteran Rashad Jennings and rookie Latavius Murray, making the Oakland backfield something of a mystery.
Darren McFadden
Once considered to be on the track to stardom, Darren McFadden has battled the injury bug throughout his career, never playing more than 13 games in any of his five seasons.
Then again, Run-DMC is still just 25 years old.
McFadden's best year came in 2010 when he broke the 1,000 yard mark for the first (and only) time, rushing for 1,157 yards with seven touchdowns. He also had an astonishing 5.2 yards per c...

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