Amari Cooper caught a simple bubble screen with five Chargers defenders within tackling distance.
Then, the all-everything Raiders rookie pressed triangle, flicked the highlight stick, and held right trigger down for this 52-yard score right out of "Madden 16."
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Scouts hailed Cooper as the draft's most dangerous run-after-catch receiver. You can see why with moves like that; it just adds to an already embarrassing day.
That's a run-after-catch ability that few veteran receivers have. This is only Cooper's sixth NFL game. Let that sink in.