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On his weekly radio spot today for ESPN Milwaukee, “The Aaron Rodgers Show,” Aaron Rodgers let the NFL have it. Fed up with replacement refs, especially in light of last night’s non-simulataneous catch/missed pass interference call, Rodgers lit into the NFL and the NFL’s statement concerning last night. There was no begrudging indifference, nothing. Just unadulterated honesty.
Sure, today all you’re hearing about Golden Tate is that the game-winning touchdown pass he caught last night on the last play of the game while fighting for the ball and surrounded by defenders shouldn’t have counted. And… well, no, it shouldn’t have counted. But – and we have to thank SportsCenter for jogging our memory here – Tate’s been down this “last-second touchdown catch while surrounded by defenders” road before. Take a highlight-reel trip down memory lane above.
Will The Seahawks’ Game-Winning Touchdown That Shouldn’t Have Counted Spell The End Of The Replacement Ref Era?
So. Um. Wow. That was… eventful. The Seahawks just pulled out a last-second, 14-12 win over the Packers thanks to a 24-yard scoring strike from Russell Wilson to Golden Tate on the last play of the game. Normally, the talk surrounding such a play would be, “Holy crap, the Seahawks actually pulled it off! What a classic finish!” Not this time.
Perhaps you saw the block Seahawks receiver Golden Tate threw on Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee over the weekend. Depending on whether you’re a Cowboys or Seahawks fan, you probably had different reactions to the block. Odds are, the NFL’s reaction will sit much better with the former group.
Two former Notre Dame kids took their attractive blonde dates to a Dodger game. Let’s get to hatin’.
What to make of this one? Police recently issued a “warning” to Seattle Seahawks rookie receiver Golden Tate for unlawfully being in a local bakery, Top Pot, when it was closed. Tate’s reason for trespassing? Top Pot’s famous maple bars, doughnuts with maple frosting. How good are they? Um…just ask the Seahawks.