Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The Ravens couldn’t convert their last attempt
The Pittsburgh Steelers have secured a 20-19 win over the Baltimore Ravens after the Baltimore team missed a last-second conversion to win the game.
The Ravens struggled to get in to field goal range but Colin Kaepernick lined up to kick on fourth-and-12 and missed.
An onside kick secured the game for the Steelers.
In other games on Sunday, New England Patriots beat Jacksonville Jaguars 31-20, while the Los Angeles Rams beat Arizona Cardinals 21-16.
Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh conceded after the game that he “made a horrible mistake”.
The Ravens’ Ravens had not won on the road at Pittsburgh since 2004.
“We let him play. I know this would never be acceptable to anybody else, but I thought we had an edge with our players,” said Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin.
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Colin Kaepernick lined up to kick on fourth-and-12 and missed
In all, there were 37 field goals in the NFL regular season, the most since 1970, although five of those came in the final three minutes of the game.
In Seattle, nine different players ran for at least one touchdown as the Seahawks beat Green Bay 34-13.
And for the first time since 1980, two different players scored a touchdown in every game as the Chicago Bears beat the Indianapolis Colts 29-17.
Elsewhere, the New York Giants held off a late rally from the Atlanta Falcons to win 32-30.