Justin Herbert nearly pulled off a 15-point fourth-quarter comeback Sunday night in primetime against the Las Vegas Raiders.

With a spot in the NFL postseason on the line, with all the pressure and responsibility on his shoulders (Herbert threw it 64 times, the seventh-most pass attempts in a game in NFL history), Herbert made plays time and time again.

He converted a fourth-and-21 for a score to bring the Chargers within seven points of the Raiders. As the clock hit triple zeros, he found wideout Mike Williams in the end zone with an absolute laser to tie the game and force overtime.

The Raiders went on to win the game in overtime on a walk-off field goal, 35-32. The Chargers’ season came to an end as a result. They finish 9-8 in what was an unforgettable and historic season from Herbert.

Despite the loss—LA’s defense couldn’t make enough plays in the fourth quarter and in overtime—the second-year quarterback drew praise from all corners of the internet for his performance. Facing an unrelenting pass rush just bullying the Chargers’ offensive line, and throwing to an exhausted set of wideouts, Herbert threw for 383 yards and three scores. He was also 6-for-6 passing for 106 yards and a score on fourth downs alone.

The Chargers will miss the postseason with the loss, but the rest of the world took notice of Herbert’s ability.