Usually reserved New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady took to Facebook before Sunday's game against Oakland to prod Raiders fans over the most infamous play in the two team's history: The Tuck Rule play.
Brady wrote, "Tomorrow is my 6th time playing the Raiders. What's your favorite Patriots vs Raiders memory? I know mine..." beneath a photo of him spiking the ball after the scoring the game winning touchdown against the Raiders in the 2001-02 playoffs.
That touchdown was made possible by the Tuck Rule, which referees invoked after it appeared Brady's former college teammate Charles Woodson stripped the ball from Brady, forcing a fumble and all but sealing a Raiders win. Instead, Brady's arm was ruled to be headed in a forward-throwing motion, and the Patriots kept possession of the football.
Brady's high-level trolling (and some interesting responses) are below:
Is the polished, poster boy Brady getting a little chippy in his old age?
- Will Green