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Packers Vs. Seahawks, Week 3: Kevin McCauley Reacts to Final Play, a 'Complete Farce'

Reacting to the Packers-Seahawks Monday night showdown, Kevin McCauley of Acme Packing Company wrote, "the final play of the game was a complete farce."

The Packers and Seahawks played a 60-minute football game on Monday, and ran a combined 119 plays, but most fans, players, and bloggers are focused on the final seconds of the very last play.

He goes on to say:

"Golden Tate interfered with Sam Shields in the end zone, then M.D. Jennings intercepted Wilson. The referees signaled for a touchdown, and the Seahawks won.

If any good comes out of this play -- which was only the worst call in what was almost certainly the most poorly officiated professional sporting event I've ever watched -- it will be the event that forces Roger Goodell to pick up the phone to the professional referees and ask them to name their price. If the Packers had to lose to save the integrity of the NFL going forward, at least this nonsensical game did some good for sport."

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