In the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Packers, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr nearly pulled off a rushing touchdown when he extended his arm into the end zone but was hit at the one-yard line and fumbled for a touchback.
Carr reached for the pylon on second and goal from the two-yard line at the two-minute warning. The Packers went on to score on the next drive.
The rules state that a fumble that goes out of the end zone and is not recovered by the offense will result in a touchback for the opposing team. If a player fumbles the ball elsewhere on the field and it goes out of bounds, the offense retains possession.
Carr made the same mistake against the Cowboys in Dec. 2017 when he fumbled through the end zone with 31 seconds remaining.