Davante Adams goes deep for TD to put Raiders ahead

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Davante Adams might not have Tyreek Hill's speed -- who does? -- but the Las Vegas Raiders All-Pro receiver also has big-play ability.

Four snaps after Hill's electric 38-yard catch-and-run touchdown for the Miami Dolphins, Adams got behind Miami's secondary to haul in a 46-yard TD pass from rookie quarterback Aidan O'Connell to give the Raiders a 10-7 lead with one second to play in the first quarter.

It was Adams' first touchdown catch since Week 3 and his fourth of the season. It snapped his longest TD drought since he had eight straight scoreless games in 2015.

On the play, the Raiders had first-and-10. O'Connell was under center and faked a handoff to Josh Jacobs before dropping back and looking downfield. That's where Adams was jostling with safety DeShon Elliott and got by Jevon Holland and Xavien Howard, hauling the ball in at the 5 and crossing the goal line.

It was the Raiders' longest scrimmage TD of the season. They had been one of four teams without a scrimmage score of at least 40 yards, along with the Green Bay Packers, Los Angeles Rams and New York Giants.

And with 91 career touchdown catches, Adams broke a tie with Hall of Famer Don Hutson for fifth-most receiving TDs in the first 10 seasons, trailing only Hall of Famers Jerry Rice (131), Randy Moss (124), Marvin Harrison (110) and Terrell Owens (101).

Fantasy-wise, Adams already had more PPR points through the first quarter (16.6) than he had scored in any game since totaling 42.2 in Week 3.