posted on Sep, 27 2012 @ 06:02 AM
First consider the super slow motion replay stretches time and gives a different perspective than the live shot.
To be a complete catch one must have their feet touch the ground with complete control. Tate's feet were on the ground the entire play. There is an
opposite angle not shown by the msm that shows the ball against Tates body with both hands wrapped around it while he has contact with the ground
prior to Jennings ground contact prior to Jennings pulling the ball towards his chest. That's why the booth did not overturn the play. Tate's push off
was not reviewable.
Green Bay's touchdown drive was made possible by a bad pass interference call against the Seahawks on third down - if the game was called right Green
Bay would never had made a touchdown making the last play moot.
Therefore it makes no difference. The Seahawks won - move on.
edit on 9/27/12 by verylowfrequency because: (no reason given)