Raiders' Latavius Murray Breaks Away for 90-Yard TD vs. Chiefs

Tyler Brooke@TylerDBrookeSenior Analyst IINovember 21, 2014

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Fantasy football owners will likely be taking a long look at Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray after this run on Thursday Night Football.

Murray busted loose on this 90-yard touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs in the second quarter. It was actually his second touchdown of the game, as he ran for 107 yards and those two scores on just three carries.

Here's the play from another angle:

The score put the Raiders up 14-0, and it was the longest run by any player in the NFL this season.

The run also ranks as the fourth-longest in Raiders franchise history behind Terrelle Pryor and two from Bo Jackson.


That run by @LataviusM is the longest offensive play in the @nfl so far this season.

Raiders fans were obviously fired up after the score, and one maniacal fan even tried drinking some of the rain pouring down in Oakland.

ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Longest Runs From Scrimmage- Raiders History 2013 Terrelle Pryor 93 1989 Bo Jackson 92 1987 Bo Jackson 91 2014 Latavius Murray 90

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