The Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks had their Monday night game ended in such a controversial fashion that non-sports related television shows were focused on the topic Tuesday morning.
The highly scrutinized replacement officials made an incorrect call on the final play, a 24-yard touchdown pass that should've been ruled an interception by Packers defensive back M.D. Jennings, who made a leaping grab. But as Jennings fell to the ground, Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate yes, the player that delivered the vicious hit on Sean Lee in Week 2 wrestled the ball away. One official ruled it an interception and another called it a touchdown.
The replay booth ruled it was a touchdown grab, giving Seattle the 14-12 upset win at home and causing chaos to break loose on the field.
Jerry Jones, who has defended the replacement officials, said he didn't see the ending because he turned the game off around halftime. The Cowboys owner and general manager also said he did not get phone cal...