The Oakland (for the time being) Raiders had a great drive to kick off (or, bring back) the Jon Gruden era. The Raiders had a seven-play, 75-yard drive capped off by a Marshawn Lynch 10-yard touchdown run.

And it appeared the run would be no more than six or seven yards, when multiple Rams corralled Lynch. But the extremely strong running back kept his legs moving, and got some help from his teammates.

Watch Lynch get into the end zone with some pushing from the Oakland offensive line:


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