The Oakland Raiders ushered in the "AC/DC" era with a bang on Sunday.
Amari Cooper got behind the Baltimore Ravens secondary on the sixth play of the game -- and quarterback Derek Carr hit the rookie receiver on a 68-yard bomb.
Carr raved about Cooper's superior route-running all summer. The Alabama product proved his quarterback right with a deadly out route; it left top Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith stumbling behind him.
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Cooper underwhelmed in his NFL debut last weekend. He's well on his way to topping a five-catch, 47-yard day already.