JUST WIN BABY: The Oakland Raiders Hung On To Victory In The Last 30 Seconds Of An Emotional Game

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The entire National Football League was saddened by the loss of legend Al Davis.

At the Raiders game in Houston on Sunday, fans, coaches, and players honored the Raiders owner with signs, a moment of silence, and AL helmet stickers.

And the Raiders held on to victory in the last 30 seconds of an emotional game.

Al Davis' son Mark was in attendance, players and coaches show condolences before the game

Fans made a memorial outside of Oakland Raiders headquarters

Fans brought signs honouring Davis

Players wore AL stickers on their helmets

Head coach Hue Jackson looks up as the stadium honored Al Davis before the game began

The Raiders led with 30 seconds left in the game, but the Texans were driving to the endzone.

But Raiders' safety Michael Huff intercepted the ball in the endzone, securing the victory

Oakland players rushed in to celebrate

An emotional catch for Huff

Head coach Hue Jackson hugged other coaches on the sideline

Mark Davis celebrated in the owners' box

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