The Baltimore Ravens lost to the New Orleans Saints by one point on Sunday in the games final seconds.
With less than 30 seconds to go, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker missed an extra point, that would have tied the game at 24. The missed extra point was the first of Tucker's career.
Saints Quarterback Drew Brees also made history at M&T Bank Stadium, by throwing career touchdown number 500 and 501. Number 500 was a short one yard pass to former Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson.
Brees became the fourth quarterback ever to reach the 500 touchdown plateau.
In defeating Baltimore, Brees now owns wins over all 32 NFL teams throughout his career.
For his part, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco threw for two touchdowns and 279 yards. John Brown and Mark Andrews were on the receiving end of each score respectively.
With their loss, Baltimore now falls to 4-3 on the season.
They will head to Carolina to play the Panthers next Sunday.