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Terrelle Pryor broke a couple of records with this 91 yard run. First, it was the longest TD run for a QB in NFL history, and second it was the longest TD run by a Raider. Amazing run for a QB. See the GIF below:
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Terrelle Pryor might never make it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but he’s already got his name etched into the record books. Pryor had the most rushing yards of any quarterback (285) in the NFL entering Sunday’s game, and he unleashed his breakaway speed once again on Sunday. The third-year quarterback gashed the Steelers for 93 yards on the first play from scrimmage on...
Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor took the shotgun snap to open Sunday's game against Pittsburgh and ran straight up the middle for a 93-yard touchdown run, setting the tone for a 21-18 victory over the Steelers. In the process, Pryor set an NFL record for the longest TD run by a QB. The prior record was 80 yards by Pittsburgh's Kordell Stewart in 1996. Pryor...
Terrelle Pryor kicked off today’s game against the Steelers with a 93 yard touchdown run. I believe this is now the longest run for a quarterback in NFL history. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Terrelle Pryor’s 93 yard touchdown run (Video) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor took the rock 93-yards to paydirt on the opening play of the game yesterday against the Steelers. Pryor’s record setting scramble is truly a thing of beauty, best admired on a continuous loop…
Peyton Manning tried that once—took him an hour and a half to make it to the 50-yard line before he gave up and made Eli piggy-back him the rest of the way...
Terrelle Pryor took the opening snap of the game, put the ball in Darren McFadden's belly and saw LaMarr Woodley crash down.
Then Pryor did what he does best, sprinting 93 yards for a record-setting run that helped the Oakland Raiders shake off any post-bye blues.
Pryor scored on the longest touchdown run ever by a quarterback and the Raiders hung on to beat the Pittsburgh...
Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor faked a handoff and then set an NFL record with a 93-yard touchdown run against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
In a span of 14 seconds, Terrelle Pryor turned an inauspicious start by the Raiders on Sunday into a tone-setting touchdown with a run for the ages.
After a holding penalty on the opening kickoff put the Raiders at their 7-yard line, Pryor took the first snap from center, faked a handoff to running back Darren McFadden, rolled to his right, turned the corner and sprinted 93 yards...
Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor burns the entire Steelers defense, breaks NFL record with 93-Yard touchdown run. [GIFD Sports]
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December 10th, 1995. That was the last time the Steelers got a victory when playing the Raiders in Oakland. Today, the Silver & Black were able to keep that streak going with a 21 to 18 win at the O.Co Coliseum, led by the legs of Terrelle Pryor and the efforts of the team’s defense. The Raiders hit the ground […]
Below are a few animated gifs of a few key plays from the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-18 Week 8 loss to the Oakland Raiders.
On the first play from scrimmage, Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor goes 93 yards on a read-option. Linebacker LaMarr Woodley doesn't protect the backside and safety Ryan Clark leaves the center of the field as he too goes for the fake. Safety Troy Polamalu...
By Jeremy Hritz
The Pittsburgh Steelers played their best game of the season this past week against the Baltimore Ravens, winning a game of the close variety by three points, and salvaging a glimmer of hope that the season can somehow be saved.
Riding a two-game win streak, that glimmer has a chance to intensify as the Steelers travel to the West Coast to battle the Oakland Raiders...
By Matthew Marczi
Just about everybody ends up looking bad on the opening play touchdown for Terrelle Pryor. The three worst offenders, however, were Ryan Clark, Lawrence Timmons, and Troy Polamalu. LaMarr Woodley, I suspect, was carrying out his assignment. The defense as a whole should have been better prepared for the option, however, especially after having faced it some earlier...