Sunday October 11th, 2015

In 18 NFL seasons, Oakland Raiders cornerback Charles Woodson had never intercepted Peyton Manning.

That changed Sunday.

Woodson, who had dropped into zone coverage on a 3rd-and-5 late in the first half, ranged over to his left to intercept the 39-year-old Manning in the end zone. Manning was looking for tight end Owen Daniels.

The pick prevented the Broncos from erasing a 7–3 deficit before entering halftime.

Woodson narrowly beat Manning to win the Heisman Trophy in 1997.

In the second half, he picked him off for a second time.


- Kenny Ducey

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