Photos: The Seahawks-Packers final play

Updated 12:58 PM ET, Tue September 25, 2012
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Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson throws the winning touchdown pass against the Green Bay Packers in Seattle on Monday night. The Seahawks defeated the Packers 14-12 after a much-questioned call by the referees. CSM/Landov
Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate, in navy blue, jumps for the ball, surrounded by Green Bay players. Before he made the catch in the end zone, Tate shoved Packers defender Sam Shields in the back, which would typically draw an offensive pass interference penalty. Getty Images
The group falls to the ground in the end zone. Packers defensive back M.D. Jennings appeared to intercept the pass and had both hands wrapped around the ball with the ball pulled into his chest. Getty Images
Referees rush over to make the call. Getty Images
On Twitter, this is being called the "official photo" of the replacement referee debacle. Two officials in the end zone gave contradictory signals: One signaled a touchdown and the other signaled a clock stoppage, indicating a change of possession and an interception. Getty Images
Tate and No. 14 Charly Martin wrestle with Jennings. Getty Images
The play was reviewed on video but was ruled a touchdown. See the best of NFL Week 3. Reuters/Landov