It was bound to happen sooner or later, but we finally got an entertaining Monday Night Football game, one that had a thrilling ending.

The Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers lived up to the hype for Monday’s contest.

It didn’t look like it was going to be a close game as the undefeated 49ers jumped out to a quick 10-0 lead in the first quarter, but Seattle closed the gap by finding the end zone just before halftime. They then found it two more times to start the second half and take an 11-point lead to the fourth quarter.

However, San Francisco showed why they were undefeated on the season by scoring a touchdown and a two-point conversion before tying it with a field goal in the fourth. The teams would go on to add field goals over the final two minutes of the game with 49ers kicker Chase McLaughlin’s hitting the tying field goal with no time on the clock to send the game to overtime.

Each team had chances to end the game in the extra frame, including Russell Wilson driving the field before throwing a rare interception in the red zone to put the game in the hands of the Niners. San Fran was able to drive the field and lined up for the game winning field goal, but McLaughlin missed the 47-attempt as it sailed wide of the uprights.

Jason Myers, the Seahawks kicker, would end the thrilling game with no time left on the clock when he kicked a 42-yarder field goal, ending the undefeated season for the 49ers. As a result, the NFC West is wide open as the Seahawks moved to 8-2 on the season and San Francisco dropped to 8-1.

Even Wilson thought it was a thrilling game, telling ESPN’s Lisa Salters that it was the craziest game he’s ever played in his life.

Let’s hope we don’t have to wait too long for another Monday night contest that will keep us on the edge of our seats.