The Green Bay Packers are seething about a call that cost them a victory in their last game.
The New Orleans Saints have been upset at the league for quite some time but have no one to blame but themselves for their winless start.
Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees each threw three touchdown passes in last year's entertaining season opener between these clubs, but 2011 may feel like a long time ago for teams that have combined for one victory heading into Sunday's matchup at Lambeau Field.
The story of Week 3 became Green Bay's 14-12 loss at Seattle on Monday night on Golden Tate's 24-yard TD catch as time expired. The NFL said Tuesday that the wrong call was made because Tate should have been whistled for offensive pass interference, although it still appeared that Packers safety M.D. Jennings had clear control of the ball in the end zone.
Replacement officials appeared to rule simultaneous possession, giving Tate the touchdown.
The Packers (1-2) were furious with the turn of events...