OAKLAND -- Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor ran 93 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage against the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at O.co Coliseum. It was the longest run from scrimmage in franchise history, and the longest run by a quarterback in NFL history

With the Raiders starting at the 7-yard line following a holding penalty on the opening kickoff, Pryor faked to Darren McFadden on a read option, ran to his right and broke through a huge hole with Rod Streater getting a key block on safety Troy Polamalu.

Pryor came in as the Raiders leading rusher with 287 yards. The previous longest gain was a 92-yard run for a touchdown by Bo Jackson against the Cincinnati Bengals on Nov. 5, 1989.