Video of Jacoby Ford's heroics shows exactly how he bailed out Jason Campbell while rescuing the Raiders in Week 9.
In the process, the cemented his place in NFL history.
According Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area Newsgroup, the speedster from Clemson became only the second player in NFL history to record at least 140 receiving yards and 150 return yards in the same game.
Ford's 94-yard kickoff return touchdown sparked the Raiders' comeback from a 10-0 deficit to the NFC West leading Chiefs, but it was his spectacular catch that really lifted his team.
Here's a closer look at Ford's grab against the Chiefs in Week 9.
Jason Campbell never should have thrown this ball, but Jacoby Ford made it work with the Raiders needing to get into field goal range in the closing seconds.
Ford took the ball away from Chiefs cornerback Brandon Flowers to give Sebastian Janikowski a chance to tie the game.
Here's a look at Ford's kickoff return to start the second half, followed by a clip of his catch made from his knees in the third quarter.
Ford's outburst Sunday certainly came as a surprise.
He has had a minimal role in the offense during his rookie season, but got the start in Week 9 with Louis Murphy sidelined by an injury.