The Los Angeles Rams eschewed their ground game and took to the sky to claim an important 27-24 road victory over Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Rams quarterback Jared Goff completed 39 of his 51 passes for 376 yards and threw for a trio of scores.
His veteran counterpart struggled all night, completing just 26 of 48 passes for 216 yards, but Brady managed to give his side a chance with four minutes left when he threw a game-tying 13-yard touchdown to wide receiver Chris Godwin.
LA's Matt Gay then nailed a 40-yard field goal 30 seconds later to take the visitors out in front again.
Brady sought to respond but, with just two minutes on the clock, he tried to hit tight end Cam Brate deep and was picked off for the second time in the game.
The result sees the Rams move to 7-3 and to the top of the NFC West, while the Buccaneers (7-4) will now struggle to catch the conference-leading New Orleans Saints in the NFC South.
What a proud day for the entire sports world to see all Black referees officiating an NFL game! I never thought I'd see the day this would happen in the NFL. pic.twitter.com/nbtv2UbmdB— Earvin Magic Johnson (@MagicJohnson) November 24, 2020
The contest featured an all-Black officiating crew for the first time in NFL history. Leading the way was Jerome Boger, who is in his 15th season as a referee and 17th overall as an NFL official.