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With 10 seconds left in a 1978 matchup between the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers, the Raiders trailed 20-14. Ken Stabler took the snap and fumbled the ball forward toward the San Diego goal line. A slew of other Raiders players also batted and kicked the ball forward until tight end Dave Casper fell on the ball in the end zone. All in all, the ball had advanced 24 yards without the aid of a forward pass or run, and the Raiders emerged with a 21-20 win. At the time, officials were not able to overturn the call, but the play lead to an overhaul of the league's rules regarding fumbles.

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