The Oakland Raiders had a hot start on Monday night with their 27-14 win over the Denver Broncos.
After the Broncos failed to make their first decline, Colby Wadman had to put away the ball early in the first quarter. It looked like the barge was putting the Raiders back on their own 1- or 2-yard line, but Dwayne Harris had another idea.
Harris made a brave game, picked up the ball and ran with it. He picked up the ball on the right and went into the end zone, which remained untouched for the 99-yard touchdown drove a total of 157 yards on the touchdown return. ESPN reported that this is the longest distance a ball carrier has recorded in the last three seasons.
Harris is in his first season with the Raiders. He now has four career jumps. His longest return was 86 meters before Monday.