The Chargers kicker left the game with a hamstring injury on his most memorable kick of the evening, an extra point after Austin Ekeler's score.
Hopkins quickly brought the action back, burying a 37-yard field goal down the left sideline and going down, frowning in agony, after sending the ball over the goal line.
The remaining four kicks - - were all attempted somewhere between 31 and 39 yards out.
It was the most important, lifting the Chargers to a 19-16 overtime win that seemed bound to tie until a botched dropkick gave Los Angeles the win.
When it was all done, Hopkins told ESPN's Lisa Salters that he felt a pop on the PAT that hurt him.