2001 AFC Divisional Round: Raiders vs. Patriots | "Tuck Rule Game" | NFL Full Game

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The NFL presents the 2001 AFC Divisional Round Playoff Game between the Oakland Raiders & New England Patriots!

16:07 – Raiders stop Patriots on 4th down

34:52 – Rich Gannon finds James Jett for the 13-yard TD

37:24 – Tom Brady intercepted by Johnnie Harris

1:08:40 – Adam Vinatieri makes 23-yard FG

1:15:02 – Sebastian Janikowski makes 38-yard FG

1:22:14 – Janikowski makes 45-yard FG

1:36:24 – Brady scrambles for 6-yard TD to bring Patriots within 3

1:55:08 – Beginning of Patriots game-tying drive

1:56:11 – The “tuck rule” play

1:59:12 – Crowd reacts to the referee ruling on the Brady incompletion

2:05:56 – Vinatieri makes game-tying 45-yard FG

2:11:11 – Patriots game-winning drive begins

2:22:12 – Vinatieri makes 23-yard FG to send Patriots to the AFC Championship game

After starting 0-2 and losing their starting quarterback, Drew Bledsoe, to an injury, the Patriots went on to have an improbable season led by second year quarterback Tom Brady. The Patriots would meet the Raiders in the Divisional Round of the AFC Playoffs and the New England victory was fueled by the controversial “Tuck Rule”, which consequently launched the Patriots into a dynasty.

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38 thoughts on “2001 AFC Divisional Round: Raiders vs. Patriots | "Tuck Rule Game" | NFL Full Game

  1. 16:07 – Raiders stop Patriots on 4th down

    34:52 – Rich Gannon finds James Jett for the 13-yard TD

    37:24 – Tom Brady intercepted by Johnnie Harris

    1:08:40 – Adam Vinatieri makes 23-yard FG

    1:15:02 – Sebastian Janikowski makes 38-yard FG

    1:22:14 – Janikowski makes 45-yard FG

    1:36:24 – Brady scrambles for 6-yard TD to bring Patriots within 3

    1:55:08 – Beginning of Patriots game-tying drive

    1:56:11 – The “tuck rule” play

    1:59:12 – Crowd reacts to the referee ruling on the Brady incompletion

    2:05:56 – Vinatieri makes game-tying 45-yard FG

    2:11:11 – Patriots game-winning drive begins

    2:22:12 – Vinatieri makes 23-yard FG to send Patriots to the AFC Championship game

  2. only Patriots fans, Raider haters and retards say it's a fumble. If it was the other way around and it happened to Gannon they would've called it a fumble

  3. See, the thing about the controversial play is that Brady walks off the field, dejected. He KNOWS it's a fumble. The referees in the NFL are told to let this situation be a fumble, and if it's wrong, it can be fixed by replay. (As opposed to ruling it an incomplete pass, only to find in replay that it was a fumble, but because the whistle blew, the only thing you can do, by rule, is give it back to the offense.) The throwing motion stopped, and the ball came out. There is absolutely no way this is an incomplete pass. You can use whatever technicalities you want, but Brady stopped his throwing motion on purpose, so common sense has to prevail. Unfortunately for the NFL and the Raiders, it didn't.

  4. Raiders fan here know that was a bad call but at the end of the day, can’t ever make bad calls as an excuse for a loss. When I managed a football team in high school, I’m sure that’s the same thing the coaches would tell the team

  5. Between 2000-2002 Raiders should have won one SB, most likely this year 2001.
    They had enough on both sides with Chucky as HC, but Callahan and Bresnahan were questionable coaches, neither guy knew what to do with that much talent. Too many times did they have an A team playing like a B team.

  6. I was there, in the end zone of the tying kick, first row, next to the NFL Banner. As a life long Pats fan whose Dad was good friend s with Mike Holovak after serving with him in the Navy. I went to a game that I barely remember in 1969 at Fenway Park and we got to go in the locker room courtesy of Coach Holovack, I Was 5 and 1/2 years old. What followed was years of disappointment and a bit of bravado. We can do this. The team nearly went to St. Louis and then Kraft saved it and we had Drew Bledsoe. then this game changed everything.

  7. at 4:06 first down Tim Brown and ref makes horrible placement , 4th and punt. N.E. refs during their infancy period.

  8. I'm a Niners fan and I even think this was unfair for the Raiders, I just wish Vinatieri would miss the field goal in one of the games or the kick would be blocked and returned for a touchdown, if the Tuck Rule call never happened, I'm not sure if the Patriots dynasty would've started

  9. 1:51:15 – Forget the Tuck Rule, this is the BIGGEST play of the game! Richard Seymour & Brian Cox stop Zack Crockett on 3rd & 1!

  10. The PATS!!!!!
    lol lol lol🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈
    I told u.
    I always win.😁

    "Ballin my Callin" (track)
    Its on.
    FREE artist: SUPERCOOL PAT

  11. All these years later and I'm still pissed. No one had ever heard of the tuck rule until they play. Even non raiders fans no that it was bullshit. Even football seems rigged these days.

  12. Raiders fan here know the tuck rule was a bad call but at the end of the day, Can’t ever let bad calls be an excuse for a loss.

  13. Brady had control. Hit caused the fumble. Raider ball. Screw the Coleman and the league. Raider fans will never forgive, never forget.

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