The Oakland Raiders opened the 2013 NFL season against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday with the team down early. Although the Raiders were down by two touchdowns early in the contest, veteran running back Darren McFadden got the storied franchise back on track with a one-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.
Quarterback Terrelle Pryor has gotten the offense going early and often on Sunday. The Ohio State product may have thrown an interception in the end zone during their first drive, but was able to get the offense clicking regardless with his arm and legs.
Despite only 21 yards on nine carries, McFadden was able to get the Raiders on the board and may help lead the team to victory with a solid second half against the Colts.