There was a little trickeration in the Twin Cities on Sunday.
With the Vikings roaring out to a 21-0 lead at U.S. Bank Stadium, the Raiders had to dip into their bag in order to try and get back into the game.
After quarterback Derek Carr hit tight end Darren Waller twice to get into Minnesota territory, the Silver and Black got a little tricky.
With the ball on the 29-yard line, Carr handed the ball off to Josh Jacobs. The rookie immediately flipped the ball back to Carr, who sent a strike to J.J. Nelson for a touchdown.
🚨 FLEA FLICKER ALERT 🚨 pic.twitter.com/O4HniF36MV— Raiders on NBCS (@NBCSRaiders) September 22, 2019
A little schoolyard fun never hurt anyone.
The Raiders still will need the defense will need to stop Dalvin Cook and Adam Thielen if Oakland wants to get back into the game.