Darren McFadden returns to Oakland to light the Al Davis Memorial Torch

Back in The Town, which means it's time to handle business Sunday afternoon Raider Nation.

The Oakland Raiders have returned home for their Week 4 battle against the Cleveland Browns who are coming off their first win in nearly two years. It's sure to be a good game between the AFC foes, and the Silver and Black will have a very special guest in attendance.

For seven years Darren McFadden donned the Raiders shield, and he'll return to the field he once ran on to light the Al Davis Memorial Torch prior to kickoff. McFadden rushed 1,038 times for 4,247 yards, and 25 touchdowns, while also adding 1,769 receiving yards and five touchdowns.

"I'm looking forward to it man, it's an honor for sure," McFadden said pregame. "I'm ecstatic right now to be the person considered to light the torch is an honor right now, definitely looking forward to it. That's the one thing I love about the Raiders fans, man, they stand behind you through thick and thin. I didn't have some of my best years when I was here, but they always stood with me and I've got love [for them] for sure."

Hopefully Derek Carr and Co., can lead the Raiders to victory in DMC's return to the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.