Wrote this in another thread:
Tommy Kelly and Richard Seymour have notched 9.5 sacks between them at the DT position, and will likely give whoever's playing guard some fits. Pressure up the gut will be matched with Jon Scott again tested, with Kam Wimbley at OLB beating him cleanly (4.5 sacks on the year). Oakland's 27 sacks this season is only one behind league leaders St. Louis and Green Bay. Expect them to pad that total substantially. O/U on sacks: 6.5.
RB Darren McFadden leads the league with 108.0 YPG. Against a shaky Steelers front (what happens whenever A. Smith gets hurt?), you might think he's in for a big day, but the Steelers will look for Campbell to beat them through the air. Given the secondary's uncanny knack for making any Tom, Dick or Harry look like the second coming of Johnny U., expect Campbell to rack up yards by exploiting matchups (TE, WR2 &3). That means a big day for Zach Miller, speedster Jacoby Ford, and Darrius Heyward-Bey, since McFadden is also the top receiver. Steelers 27-21
Update is that DHB has a hammy issue and is iffy for Sunday. I think the Steelers win this, but we'll see if this team is more 2008 or 2009. My gut says the latter, and we may struggle versus teams we should dispatch easily.