The Oakland Raiders will be looking to improve on their season this Sunday when they take on the Minnesota Vikings, but it won't be easy as the Bay Area team will take to the Metrodome without one of its best players. The Raiders released their final injury report of the week on Friday and, as suspected, starting running back Darren McFadden has been ruled out due to a foot injury.
The Raiders still have a capable running back in Michael Bush backing up McFadden, but their backfield isn't quite as daunting without McFadden running behind the offensive line. The Raiders also listed wide receiver Jacoby Ford, cornerback Chris Johnson and quarterback Jason Campbell out for Sunday afternoon's game.
Among the other injuries including on Friday's report are defensive end Richard Seymour (questionable with a knee injury), safety Michael Huff (questionable due to an ankle injury) and kicker Sebastian Janikowski (probable with a left hamstring injury).
The full injury report can be found on the NFL's injury page.