The Oakland Raiders and the Cleveland Browns combined for nearly 90 points in a wild Week 4 battle, but it was the silver and black who emerged victorious in overtime.
Taking possession with just a little more than a minute remaining, Derek Carr drove the Oakland offense down the field at a lightning-fast pace to score a touchdown.
They then needed a successful 2-point conversion to keep their hopes of securing their first win of the season alive.
Carr called Jordy Nelson's number, and the veteran receiver came down with the contested catch.
After trading punts during the first two possessions of overtime, the Raiders went on to win on a field goal.
It was the team's first victory of the new Jon Gruden era.