Oakland (2-4) lost its last time out, a 24-7 defeat at Kansas City on Oct. 13. Pittsburgh (2-4) has won two straight games after starting 0-4.
The Raiders haven’t lost to the Steelers at home since 1995, including a come-from-behind 34-31 win last September.
However, Oakland has lost its last 10 games coming off a bye.
The Steelers come in with the 27th-ranked rushing offense in the NFL, averaging just 74.3 yards per game. However, Le’Veon Bell ran for 93 yards in last week’s win over the Baltimore Ravens.
The Steeler pass defense is fourth in the league, allowing 197.5 yards a game.
Oakland is in the top 10 in both rushing offense and defense. The Raiders are ninth in rushing offense at 129.2 yards per game and 10th in defense, surrendering just 99 yards a contest.
Kickoff: 1:05 p.m. PDT.
The Line: Steelers by 1.
All-Time Series: Raiders lead regular-season series, 11-9.
Last Meeting: Raiders 34, Steelers 31, at O.co Coliseum. Sebastian Janikowski’s 43-yard field goal as time expired capped Oakland’s comeback from a 10-point fourth quarter deficit despite Ben Roethlisberger’s 384 yards and four touchdowns passing.
Passing: Terrelle Pryor 1,061 yards (89-for-138), 5 TD, 5 INT, 84.8 passer rating
Rushing: Terrelle Pryor 285 yards on 44 carries
Receiving: Denarius Moore 25 catches, 399 yards, 4 TD
Sacks: Lamarr Houston 3
Interceptions: Charles Woodson, Usama Young, D.J. Hayden 1 each
Passing: Ben Roethlisberger 1,655 yards (143-for-215), 7 TD, 5 INT, 90.7 passer rating
Rushing: Le’Veon Bell 184 yards on 51 carries, 2 TD
Receiving: Antonio Brown 47 catches, 548 yards, 2 TD
Sacks: LaMarr Woodley 5
Interceptions: Lawrence Timmons, Ryan Clark 1 each
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