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Golden Tate literally waves goodbye to the defense

See you in the end zone.

Monday Night Football was a dreary 7-6 affair -- until Golden Tate got under a Russell Wilson bomb past a falling Janoris Jenkins. But what made the touchdown special on Tate's part wasn't the touchdown -- he beat Jenkins, but there was some incredibly bad coverage, and after his man fell he could just run into the end zone -- it was the way he taunted Rodney McLeod, the defender chasing after him.

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Bye-bye!

In college football, that gets called back. In the pros, it's just a penalty enforced on the kickoff.

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