Justin Tucker's career-long 61-yard field goal with 38 seconds left lifted the Baltimore Ravens to an 18-16 win over the host Detroit Lions in a Monday night matchup with major playoff implications.
Ravens rookie safety Matt Elam sealed the victory with an interception - Matthew Stafford's third of the night.
Stafford had thrown a 14-yard touchdown pass to Joseph Fauria with 2:21 left, putting Detroit ahead by 16-15. But the Lions were unable to make a two-point conversion and couldn't prevent Baltimore from setting up its sensational kicker for his sixth field goal of the game and 33d in a row.
The defending Super Bowl champion Ravens (8-6) are in control of an AFC wild card following their fourth straight win.
Detroit (7-7) has hurt its playoff chances by losing four of its last five.
The Lions were trying to remain tied with Chicago atop the NFC North - Detroit holds the head-to-head tiebreaker - and Baltimore was hoping to pull within a game of first-place Cincinnati in the AFC North.
Reggie Bush had missed Detroit's previous game at the Eagles with an injured right calf, but he was back for this one.