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From the Holy Roller to Josh Jacobs’ run to The Patriots’ lateral Raiders fans have seen some crazy plays life

Remembering the craziest plays we’ve seen

NFL: Las Vegas Raiders at Seattle Seahawks
Josh Jacobs after Seattle walk off
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Our Tuesday Community Questions are all about everyone in this community having the chance to get to now each better and what better way than it being through sharing their favorite Raiders’ memories?

This week gave us a perfect way to get that accomplished. Our Tuesday Community Question this week was what was the craziest play you’ve ever seen.

Of course, Raiders fans have witnessed some unreal plays over the years and some our community members shared some terrific memories here. What was cool is that the memories we both in the past and in recent times in Raiders’ history.

Here are some of your responses:

Holy Roller is up there for sure. beating our rival in the final seconds made it more special
I have no doubt that Casper was kicking and "mishandling" the ball purposely
It'd be rivaled in its improbability by seeing Stabler in the grasp of Denherder I think it was tossing out a wobbly pass to the guy with the worst hands on the team surrounded by 3 or 4 Dolphins in the final seconds of a playoff game
Both were ridiculous plays that had little if any chance of succeeding
Jacobs 86 yd walk-off TD at SEA in '22.
I was there too! Such a great game live.
"Seen live at a Raiders game". I would agree with the "sea of hands" catch by C.D. I would vote for "Holy Roller", but I didn't see it in person, just on TV..
Well one performance I can think of is Bret Farve on a Monday night game after his dad passed away. it was a game of divine intervention.
Mark Davis' hair
Chandler Jones intercepting a lateral and steam rolling Mac Jones for a walk off touchdown

These are great thoughts. Thank you all.

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