In Week 2 , the Oakland Raiders were leading the Buffalo Bills by four points with 18 seconds left in the game. Facing a fourth-and-1 on the Raiders' 6-yard line, the Bills used a three-receiver route combination to confuse Oakland's defense. The result was a touchdown pass to a wide open David Nelson. Oakland lost, 38-35.
Schaub's last hope was wide receiver Jacoby Jones, who was one-on-one with Raiders safety Michael Huff in the corner of the end zone. Jones saw Schaub scrambling his way, and worked back toward his quarterback. But Huff also read Schaub, and made a good break on the quarterback's ill-fated pass, stepping in front of Jones to secure the interception and the win.