The Tuck Rule game was a classic for multiple reasons: 1) it was played in a snowstorm; 2) it marked the postseason coming-out party of Tom Brady, who led New England to a touchdown and two field goals in its final four possessions; and 3) it featured arguably the greatest clutch kicker in postseason history, Adam Vinatieri, who forced overtime with a 45-yarder and won it with a 23-yarder. Then there was the controversy. With under two minutes to play, Charles Woodson knocked the ball loose while sacking Brady at the Oakland 48. The Raiders recovered, but the ball was returned to the Patriots after the call was overturned on replay. Five plays later, Vinatieri forced overtime.
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