The Raiders announced that Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers is sold out, marking the first time the club has gone an entire regular season without a television blackout since it returned to Oakland from Los Angeles in 1995.
"I know our fans and the way they've been for us all year. It's going to be unbelievable," Raiders coach Hue Jackson said. "They'll bring the noise and the passion. I expect them to be as loud as they've ever been, and we need a true 12th man this week."
Jackson is hoping to reward the home fans, who haven't always seen the Raiders at anything approaching their best this season.
Oakland is 3-4 at O.co Coliseum, with the most recent disappointment coming in a 28-27 loss to Detroit when the Lions marched 71 and 98 yards on their last two possessions.
"What we have to do is give back to them, and how we give back is by winning," Jackson said. "We need to win at home. We've done OK on the road, but we haven't done what we need to do at home."
Huff, who has missed the past two games with a hamstring injury, took a lot of reps in practice, according to Jackson, and looks good to go against San Diego.
"I think Huff is back," Jackson said. "I think he ran well, he's out there with his defensive teammates, he took quite a few reps over the last couple of days."
Wide receiver Jacoby Ford practiced for the second straight day, buoying his chances to see action against the Chargers after missing the last six games with a foot sprain.
Defensive tackle Richard Seymour was limited in practice after missing the previous day with a virus. Running back Taiwan Jones (hamstring) was limited, but Jackson said the rookie has yet to "cut it loose" and been able to run full-out.
Defensive tackle John Henderson (knee) and running back Darren McFadden (foot) did not participate and will likely be ruled "out" Friday.
"I don't have any pull, but I'm sure Shane will do something," Janikowski said.
Leading rusher Ryan Mathews, who missed practice the previous day, was limited with a calf strain.