Quick name the only Pro Bowl representative from the 49ers and Raiders last season.

Here's a hint: The Niners had nine players selected but they didn't go to Hawaii because of nagging Super Bowl plans.

Another hint: The Raiders' Pro Bowler has played in all six games this season and has nine rushes for 47 yards and a touchdown and 10 catches for 86 yards and a touchdown.

Six games 19 touches. Including just one in the last game a loss to the Chiefs.

Ladies and gentlemen meet fullback Marcel Reece.

Adding to the disappearing-playmaker trick is that offensive coordinator Greg Olson head coach Dennis Allen and general manager Reggie McKenzie all repeatedly have said that Reece needs to get the football more often.

Reece is not one to complain. Nor is he one to provide insight when asked: What's going on?

"I don't know I don't know what's going on with it" Reece said. "I don't think it matters how many touches each of us have it just matters if we're winning games. If I have 19 touches and we're 6-0 nobody is saying anything."

But Oakland is 2-4. The Raiders have only 11 offensive touchdowns on the season and Reece has two of them.

Reece is averaging 5.2 yards per carry (compared to starting running back Darren McFadden's 3.9) after getting 4.6 yards a pop last season when he filled in for an injured McFadden. But Olson has been hesitant to hand the fullback the ball more often.

"We have to make sure that Darren McFadden is getting enough touches and with Marcel it's changed a little bit this year because of the quarterback position" Olson said. "We've become more of a read-option kind of an offense."

Reece for example was on the field for 31 of 74 - 42 percent - offensive plays against the Chiefs on Oct. 13. Olson has shaped the offense around running quarterback Terrelle Pryor but is still trying to get Reece more touches he said.

"A lot of times in the passing game" Olson said "he may be involved or may be in the progression but if he's not catching it in the passing game the best chance of getting him the football is to hand the ball off.

"Every game ... we look at how many times the guys were targeted and how many times they actually touched the ball. We're aware of that with Marcel. He's No. 1 in progression and for some reason or other we don't get the ball to him. We'll keep continuing to put him in the position."

Reece said he trusts Olson to "do everything he can to help make this team win. ... It's not about how many touches I get it's about winning. We have a lot of explosive players. Whoever gets the ball go score."

The Raiders recently gave Reece a three-year contract extension that will pay him $13 million through 2016. And it wasn't because the former college wide receiver is one of the team's leaders or had a combined 767 rushing and receiving yards last year. It's because they think he can help them win games.

So Reece is not down about the 19 touches.

"It's frustrating losing period" Reece said. "That's what's frustrating. Of course it's worse when you lose and you don't feel like you quite contribute ... because I want the ball every play. Leave it up to me I'll put the ball in my hands every play."