In 1994, the NFL adopted the ability to go for two after scoring a touchdown. Before today, three teams had converted a two-point try in the final minute of the fourth quarter to win a game.
On Sunday, the Raiders joined them, with a two-point conversion delivering a victory at New Orleans.
The other three were the Minnesota Vikings on December 15, 2002 (against the Saints), the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on November 13, 2005 (against Washington), and the Denver Broncos on September 14, 2008 (against the Chargers).
The Raiders were the first team to ever do it on opening weekend, and the victory became one of four one-point wins for Week One — the first time that’s ever happened in league history.