The NFL adopted the two-point conversion in 1994. In the 29 seasons since then, there had never been two games in the same week decided by a late-game two-point conversion in the fourth quarter.
It happened for the first time today. The Jaguars took the lead, and won the game against the Ravens, with a two-point conversion happening with 14 seconds to play. And the Chargers took the lead, and won the game against the Cardinals, with a two-point conversion happening with 15 seconds to play.
It was gutsy for both coaches, Doug Pederson of the Jaguars and Brandon Staley, to play for the win, knowing that a loss was one the line.
Of course, one of those teams had to sweat out a 67-yard field goal try by Justin Tucker. Still, they both were aggressive, and they both got the win.