Pryor's touchdown run was the longest by a quarterback in NFL history. "I think that was the longest run I've ever had in my life," Pryor said. "I was very surprised, because it's never open like that. Very surprised. But with the game plan, the way they put things together, it doesn't surprise me that sometimes it may happen like that."
He finished the game with 106 yards on nine carries and completed 10 of 19 passes for 87 yards and two interceptions.
The Steelers fell to 2-5. "Obviously we made too many errors early to give ourselves a legitimate chance," said Steelers coach Mike Tomlin.
"We allowed them to control and dictate the flow of the game and how we started really in all three phases," Tomlin added. "The first 30 minutes of football was poor on our part, and I take responsibility for that. It starts with me. Obviously we can't choose to defer a kickoff and allow them to explode and spot them seven points on the first play of the game."
Even though the teams played four quarters, Pryor’s run was the story of the game.
"I don't think anyone was close to catching him. He's a dadgum gazelle out there. He broke free and that was all she wrote,” said Oakland guard Mike Brisiel.
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