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Darren McFadden


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McFadden was not replaced by Fargas - it was the other way around

Bush did come in to spell McFadden though.


Darren McFadden - RB, Oakland Raiders


The Kansas City Star, reports Oakland Raiders RB Darren McFadden (toe) suffered a toe injury in Week 2.


THE HUDDLE'S TAKE: Details are still sketchy, but a blog on the sfgate.com Web site uses the dreaded term "turf toe" to describe the injury that knocked McFadden out of the game. Justin Fargas replaced McFadden and had 90 yards himself. If it is turf toe, then McFadden's status will be way up in the air. If the rookie can't go this week, then Fargas will once again be the main guy in the Oakland ground attack. He'd be a great free agent pickup if you can get him.

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So.......McFadden and Fargas are hurt? I did not see the game.



i did see the game and McFadden look great and no mention of injury just that Bush was giving him a rest.

the game was well in hand at the time McFadden came out.

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Darren McFadden left game late with turf toe

Darren McFadden - RB - OAK - Sep. 15 - 12:17 p.m. ET


Darren McFadden didn't play late in the fourth quarter Sunday due to a case of "turf toe," according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

We thought it was because Oakland was whooping Kansas City and the coaching staff wanted to see what Michael Bush could do. Turf toe is always a scary term, but McFadden talked with reporters after the game. That's a great sign. Keep an eye on him this week and grab Michael Bush just in case. We're guessing Justin Fargas (groin pull) won't be ready for the Bills in Week 3.

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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