This week's Thursday NFL game had a rare and entertaining finish. The Dolphins beat the Bengals in overtime, 22-20, on a safety after Cameron Wake sacked Andy Dalton in his own end zone.
It was only the third time in league history that a game in overtime ended on a safety. The first occurrence was Nov. 5, 1989, when the Vikings beat the Rams, 23-21. The other time was on Nov. 14, 2004 when Adewale Ogunleye of the Bears pulled down Titans tackle Fred Miller—who had recovered a fumble by Billy Volek—in the end zone for a 19-17 win.