If you’re an Oakland Raiders fan, chances are you want to forget the infamous "Tuck Rule Game" that took place in 2002.
Tom Brady, however, would like to refresh your memory.
The Facebook page of the New England Patriots’ star quarterback posted a photo of the controversial playoff game and wrote, "Tomorrow is my 6th time playing the Raiders. What’s your favorite Patriots vs. Raiders memory? I know mine…"
The "Tuck Rule Game" — also referred to as the "Snow Bowl" — is remembered for the game-changing play that occurred in the contest’s final seconds. In the play, Raiders cornerback Charles Woodson appeared to strip-sack Brady, causing a fumble that Oakland recovered and most definitely would have sealed the victory for the silver-and-black.
Shockingly, the play was ruled as an incomplete pass and the Pats went on to win the game and later, the Super Bowl. While Brady is most likely spending his time studying game tape rather than posting on Facebook, whoever operates the account did a nice job getting the Raiders and their fans riled up before Sunday’s matchup.