Trailing by a point with just five seconds remaining, the Carolina Panthers turned to kicker Graham Gano to win the game.
All Gano had to do to pull out the W?
Nail a 63-yard field goal, which was 4 yards farther than his previous career long and would match the record for longest game-winning field goal in NFL history.
Gano nailed it with room to spare, setting a new Panthers' franchise record in the process.
"I'm happy that we got a kicker like that," Newton told ESPN of Gano after the game. "A wise man once told me a great quarterback is only as good as his kicker. Graham put the whole team on his back. Well, on his toe."
The team's Spanish radio call of the booming kick is undoubtedly the best way to re-live the moment.