Terrelle Pryor said last week he had a chance to play for his hometown Steelers, but wasn’t sure it was the best idea.
He’s immediately making them regret not working with him, as he took the first snap of the game for a 93-yard touchdown run, giving the Raiders a 7-0 lead after 19 seconds of football.
The Raiders quarterback got free in the middle and simply outran the Steelers secondary, a frankly embarrassing display, which was followed by a quick three-and out.
UPDATE 4:20 p.m. ET: Pryor’s touchdown was the longest run in Raiders history, eclipsing Bo Jackson’s 92-yarder against the Bengals in 1989 (and a 91-yarder against the Seahawks in 1987).