It's been 12 years since the infamous Tuck Rule game and Charles Woodson has had a solid career. He's an eight-time Pro Bowler, seven-time All-Pro, and got his Super Bowl ring with the Packers in 2011.

Woodson is still pretty bitter though. He couldn't do much in that Super Bowl because he was knocked out the game with a broken collarbone. Woodson was the one who originally clinched the 2002 Divisional game for the Raiders against the Patriots by causing the sack and fumble that was overturned and gave New England possession, and eventually, the Raiders a loss. It's a moment in NFL lore, and Woodson is still pissed about it.

"Let's just get this out of the way," Woodson he said on the NFL Network. "If they make the correct call—which they did at first, then they overturned it—this (10)-game playoff streak that Tom Brady has? It never happened. Tom Brady owes me his house. I'm the reason why he's married to who he's married to. I'm a reason for a lot of that. Everything. Because they overturned that call."' 

It is possible he was kidding when he made the comment, but that play started the Patriots dynasty. The Raiders got destroyed the next year at the Super Bowl by Jon Gruden and the Buccaneers. Gruden was the Raiders head coach during that Tuck Rule game. Woodson prospered, but the Raiders have sucked ever since.

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[via NFL]