The Oakland Raiders were playing with heavy hearts Sunday afternoon with the death of Al Davis weighing on their minds, but Davis would have liked the way Sunday's game ended. With less than two minutes left in the game, the Raiders were up, 25-20, but the Houston Texans had the ball on their own 37-yard line. Matt Schaub brought the Texans to the Raiders' five-yard line with just seven second left. And then this happened:
Schaub comes under pressure in the pocket and escapes to the sidelines. Schaub sees Jacoby Jones in the end zone and flicks the ball toward him while on the run, but Michael Huff jumps in front for the interception as time expires. The Raiders picked up the 25-20 victory. They won this one for Al.