Pssst, Steelers! Hey! This might come as a shock, but Terrelle Pryor likes to run with the ball. Crazy, right?
Pittsburgh discovered that lesson the hard way on Sunday, as the Raiders quarterback made history at its expense. On his first play from scrimmage, Pryor faked a handoff to the left, then headed to the right, cut upfield and was gone.
Ninety-three yards later, Pryor reached the end zone and set the record for the longest scoring run by a quarterback.
Shall we add insult to injury? Pryor broke the record formerly held by Kordell Stewart, who in 1996 while a member of the Steelers, scored on an 80-yard run.