With the way that Terrelle Pryor and the Oakland Raiders played late last Sunday night it appeared as if Al Davis's boys might be ready to turn a corner. The team really looked good against a solid San Diego Chargers squad en route to a 27-17 win.
But than they played Kansas City and all appeared to be as fans have sadly come to expect.
It wasn't necessarily a bad game for the Raiders. They did out-gain the Chiefs (341 to 239) and the controlled the ball for 34 minutes of the game. Not bad, right?
No, but the three turnovers were killer highlighted by the brilliant series that produced a 3rd and 48 situation; yes, the first down marker was just shy of half a football field away. Want to know how they got there:
The Oakland Raiders Still appear to be the Oakland Raiders--sorry guys. But hey--at least they didn't set a new mark for longest distance needed for a first down.