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Controversial Call Gives Seahawks Win Over Packers

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The replacement referees are at the center of another controversy after Monday Night Football. On the final play of the game the Packers appeared to have intercepted a Hail Mary attempt, but the referees ruled the play a  Seahawks’ touchdown. Read more to watch the bizarre play. Packers defensive back M. D. Jennings appears to intercept Russell Wilson’s last second pass, but the officials award the catch to Golden Tate, giving Seattle a dramatic last second win. Watch here and then vote on right or wrong below.

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