It was a very emotional night in Oakland on Monday.
Raiders fans had to deal with the fact that they were potentially playing their final home game against the Denver Broncos.
The Raiders team did their part, delivering a 27-14 victory for the fans as QB Derek Carr and HC Jon Gruden went over to the Black Hole and shook the hands of fans who always come out to support them during every home game for years.
But after the game, some fans decided they were going to rush the field, and they got tackled and arrested as a result:
In event Raiders fans rush field, they’ll not only meet several dozen security guards/police officers. They won’t be able to compromise end-zone pylon cameras. An official just removed pylon cameras. Replaced with standard pylons. pic.twitter.com/XxzxmjXdtH
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) December 25, 2018
— Scott Kaplan (@ScottKaplan) December 25, 2018
Game just ended. Party just started. pic.twitter.com/WEx58ftYHD
— Dieter Kurtenbach (@dkurtenbach) December 25, 2018