Found November 04, 2012 on Diehardsport:
PLAYERS: Golden Tate
TEAMS: Seattle Seahawks
At first glance it looked as though the ball came out before he crossed the goal line, but upon further review Seahawks WR Golden Tate did cross the plane.  Lucky for him, since it would have been a shame to go through all that work and get utterly destroyed and not get credit for the touchdown.Via: @cjzero
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