The NFL has proposed removing the infamous 'tuck rule' from its rulebook. The rule, which essentially calls fumbles by quarterbacks as incomplete passes if they're in the process of pulling back from an attempted throw, gained notoriety in the AFC Championship game in 2002 between the Oakland Raiders and Tom Brady's New England Patriots.
The Oakland Raiders certainly remember the incident and last night sent this brilliant tweet from their official twitter account.
Tuck Rule? It’s been 11 years, 1 month and 23 days…but who’s counting? twitter.com/RAIDERS/status…
— OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) March 14, 2013
Tom Brady isn't on twitter to respond.