Nearly two decades after Charles Woodson and Peyton Manning fought for the Heisman trophy, they’re still fighting.

On Sunday, it was for the ball. And finally, it was Woodson’s turn to win that battle.

For the first time in his Hall of Fame career, the former Michigan legend got the better of Manning. Twice.

The second of his two interceptions fittingly came in ridiculous, out-of-nowhere, how-did-he-do-that fashion:

Woodson, naturally, became the oldest player in NFL history to record a two-interception game. Who else would hold that title but Woodson?