The Green Bay Packers’ Tramon Williams (38) and Charles Woodson (21) vied for a pass against the Seattle Seahawks’ Charly Martin (14), M.D. Jennings and Golden Tate (obscured) in the final moments of the Monday Night Football game on Sept. 24, 2012, in Seattle. After review, the play stood as a touchdown by the Seahawks’ Golden Tate as the Seahawks won 14-12.
The Green Bay Packers’ Tramon Williams (38) and Charles Woodson (21) vied for a pass against the Seattle Seahawks’ Charly Martin (14), M.D. Jennings and Golden Tate (obscured) in the final moments of the Monday Night Football game on Sept. 24, 2012, in Seattle. After review, the play stood as a touchdown by the Seahawks’ Golden Tate as the Seahawks won 14-12. Stephen Brashear The Associated Press
The Green Bay Packers’ Tramon Williams (38) and Charles Woodson (21) vied for a pass against the Seattle Seahawks’ Charly Martin (14), M.D. Jennings and Golden Tate (obscured) in the final moments of the Monday Night Football game on Sept. 24, 2012, in Seattle. After review, the play stood as a touchdown by the Seahawks’ Golden Tate as the Seahawks won 14-12. Stephen Brashear The Associated Press

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