Oakland had first-and-10 at the 50. An offensive holding penalty pushed the Raiders back 10 yards and made it first-and-20. Terrelle Pryor then took a 12-yard sack that led to second-and-32. Another penalty, this time a delay of game, forced second-and-37. Pryor then took an 11-yard sack to force the third-and-48.
The Raiders third-and-48 is the longest attempt at a first down conversion since the Redskins faced a third-and-50 on the final play of a Sept. 23, 2012 game against the Bengals.
Looked it up and not sure if true or not but longest is 2nd and 65 by the Lions I guess. Anyone remember the longest we have had recently? High 20's to low 30's?
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Oct 15, 2013 at 3:21 AM ]