Josh Jacobs made the difference right at the end in the all-California clash between the Oakland Raiders and the Los Angeles Chargers.
There was just one minute and two seconds left on the clock when Jacobs got a touchdown after an 18-yard run, giving the Raiders a 26-24 win.
Exactly three minutes earlier on the clock, Philip Rivers threw a six-yard pass to Austin Ekeler that had given the Chargers a 24-20 lead.
An away win looked like it was on the cards, but the Raiders did not give up and their perseverance paid off.
The Raiders are now 5-4 and remain in second spot in the AFC West, while the Chargers are 4-6 and third in the same division.