Darren Waller, on pace to break Hall of Fame receiver Tim Brown's franchise record for most catches in a season, hauled in a pretty, 28-yard touchdown pass to pull the Las Vegas Raiders into a 10-10 tie with the Denver Broncos on Sunday afternoon.
Waller, who entered the day needing seven catches to surpass Brown's 104 receptions in 1997, sprinted down the right sideline on third-and-2 from the Broncos' 28-yard line early in the second quarter.
He boxed out Broncos cornerback Will Parks to haul in the Derek Carr pass in stride, tumbling into the end zone to score. After celebrating the score, Waller had to be stretched out by trainers on the sideline. It was the ninth touchdown catch of the season for Waller, who was named to the Pro Bowl.
TE Darren Waller with an over-the-shoulder TD catch pic.twitter.com/3obBAUc— Las Vegas Raiders (@Raiders) Jan. 3, 2021