What a game.
The Oakland Raiders played host to the Kansas City Chiefs for a Thursday Night Football showdown at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, and what transpired was nothing short of amazing. The Silver and Black pulled off a crazy come-from-behind win, to defeat the Chiefs 31-30 in the final seconds of the game. Prior to kickoff however, former Raiders cornerback Kent McCloughan lit the Al Davis Memorial Torch, honoring his legacy. In his six years as a Raider, McCloughan totaled 15 interceptions, and was selected to the Pro Bowl and named a First-Team All-Pro twice.
Watch as he lights the torch: