Commemorate the infamous Tuck Rule play with this 16" x 20" photograph, hand-signed by Tom Brady and Charles Woodson. With 2:06 remaining in the 2002 AFC Divisional Round matchup between the Patriots and Raiders in snowy Foxborough, Brady got the ball 54 yards away from the endzone and down by a field goal. Three plays into the drive, Brady caught the snap out of shotgun on a 1st and 10 and glanced downfield before turning to fire the ball to running back Kevin Faulk. In the next second, Brady noticed a Raiders defensive lineman cover Faulk out of the backfield, began stopping his throwing motion, and then was brought to the ground from behind by Woodson, who forced the ball loose with his big hit. What looked like a game-winning strip sack off a crafty blitz play call ended up being ruled by the officials as an incomplete pass, a verdict that became known as the Tuck Rule.