What's mystifying is that Tate committed the worst offensive pass interference I've ever seen, and the refs got to see it perfectly on instant replay. The Packers DB CLEARLY has possession of the ball on that last play, got the INT, Packers win. And after reviewing the play, the mugger Tate is given possession, Seahawks win. Terrible call in terms of live officiating, worst call EVER in terms of using instant replay. If the game was in Green Bay the refs probably give the call and game to the Packers. How bad was it? I got out of bed just to make these comments.
At least we apparently aren't the only team that gets straight ****ed like that. (think Steelers fumble vs. us)
1) Win the next game.
2) See goal #1
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lmfao!!!!! I can't lie, if that was the dolphins I still would have laughed. I can't even get mad, it's just funny. Its on Goodell, its been really bad and just adding up. I can only laugh now, its pure comedy. I wish they went for 2 hahahaha
I think the Seahawks were a 3 point favorite in Vegas. It went from a 12-7 to 14-12, imagine the millions of dollars that switched hands in Vegas. Maybe the refs had a side bet on the action?
The worst part is that I understand the NFL's position here, and I respect that they're trying to put the part time officials (who make pretty good money, by the way) on the same retirement plan as the rest of the league employees, a lot of whom are full time, make less money than the refs, and certainly don't get that sweetheart pension.
But this is horrendous.
After they called it a touchdown in that stadium, can you imagine the riot that could ensue if they reversed that? There would be no replacement refs because they would have been murdered. Poor call on the field, of course.
One non-call regarding pass interference on that play and another PI call when it was actually offensive PI yet it went the other way. My Dad is probably punting kittens out where he lives as he's a lifelong Packer fan.
Though this sort of call does seem Dolphins-esque