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 Sunday, breaking the NFL record for longest run by a quarterback in league history.
A penalty on the opening kickoff forced the Raiders to start their first drive from deep in their own territory. The poor field position didn’t matter much, though, as Pryor took a quarterback draw straight up the gut, blowing by all 11 Steelers defenders untouched on his way to the end zone. The run also set a record for the longest touchdown run in Raiders history, breaking Bo Jackson‘s record of a 92-yard score, which he set in 1989.
Check out Pryor’s blazing fast speed in the GIF below.
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