All-decade piece brings bad memories for Oakland

June, 24, 2009
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Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson

Warning to Oakland Raiders fans: Your day is about to be ruined.

As part of our all-decade week, NFC East blogger Matt Mosley looks at the memorable moments of the decade in the NFL.

The most memorable officiating call is ... Yes, the play that inspired the Tuck Rule. How can any call this decade rival the call in New England that helped cost Oakland a playoff game and birthed the Tom Brady Super Bowl era in Jan 2002?

I can almost hear the screams emanating from Raider Nation.

While Raiders fans will be sickened at the memory, I'm sure the fans of the other three AFC West teams will get a chuckle.

Also mentioned in Mosley's post is new Kansas City general manager Scott Pioli and former Denver safety John Lynch.

Take a look and I hope you continue to enjoy our all-decade week that runs through Friday.

Bill Williamson | email

ESPN Oakland Raiders reporter

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