George Ford rescued England with an 84th-minute try to secure a 38-all draw with Scotland after the Scots fought back from 31-0 in one of the most remarkable games in Six Nations history.
England began the match knowing the title was out of their hands after Wales completed the Grand Slam by beating Ireland earlier but still ripped into Scotland from the start.
Jack Nowell grabbed the first try after 56 seconds and further scores by Tom Curry, Joe Launchbury and Jonny May - his sixth of the championship, had them 31-7 up at the break after Stuart McInally scored a charge-down try in a rare bright moment for the visitors.
It clearly gave the Scots, who had not won at Twickenham since 1983 - a lift as they were unrecognisable in the second half, scoring four tries in 13 minutes.
Winger Darcy Graham scored two, and one each for Magnus Bradbury and Finn Russell meant that after an hour they had come back from 31-0 down to level the scores.
Gregor Townsend's side then looked to have ended their 36-year wait for a win in south-west London when centre Sam Johnson blasted through four defenders to score in the 76th minute.
However, replacement five-eighth Ford found a way through under the posts at the death and kicked the extra two points.