VIDEOS: Jacoby Ford's Day Includes Stolen Interception, Kickoff Return Touchdown

Three weeks ago, Jacoby Ford helped the Raiders top the Chiefs with a catch that thwarted an interception. He may help the Raiders beat the Dolphins today by doing the same thing.

Ford ripped the ball away from Chris Clemons on that play for a 52-yard catch that set up a field goal. Some would say he seems to have a knack for this pick-averting stuff.

But it wasn't the only thing Ford's been able to do for the Raiders today. He's also got a kickoff return for a touchdown, which you can see after the jump.

It's no shock that one of the fastest players at the NFL Draft Combine has turned into a playmaker: speed is still worth plenty in the NFL.

But, given the team's history of failed draft choices with awesome athleticism, you could have gotten really long odds on the Clemson product becoming a playmaker for the Raiders before this season began.

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