Michael Huff Gives Al Davis, Raiders Fans a Glimpse at History

En route to Al Davis' second Super Bowl victory, the Oakland Raiders went to Cleveland to face the Browns in a 1980 AFC Divisional playoff game.

With the Raiders leading 14-12, Mike Davis thwarted the Browns' Red Right 88, intercepting a pass by Brian Sipe to preserve the victory for Oakland.

In the Raiders' first game since the passing of Al Davis, Michael Huff made a play similar to the one that helped send Oakland to the Super Bowl in the 1980 season.

On the last play of the game against the Houston Texans, he intercepted a pass from Matt Schaub to preserve a 25-20 Raiders victory. It was a play that would have made Al Davis proud.

Because, as a result, the Raiders just won, baby.

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