The Oakland Raiders rallied from a pair of 10-point deficits to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-31 in California on Sunday.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger had a huge game statistically, passing for 384 yards with four touchdowns. Two of his touchdowns went to tight end Heath Miller, with the others going to Mike Wallace and Antonio Brown.
But Oakland's Carson Palmer threw three touchdowns passes, and drove his team into position for Sebastian Janikowski to boot a 43-yard, game-wining field goal as time expired.
The Steelers have now lost two straight in Oakland (2006) and lost for the first since 2006 when scoring 31 or more points (Atlanta).
The Steelers (1-2) are off next week, and will host Philadelphia in two weeks at Heinz Field.