Last night’s NFC divisional matchup between Green Bay and Seattle didn’t end without some controversy.
Very late in the 4th quarter, the Packers were just simply trying to run out the clock, and waltz their way into the NFC Championship game.
Problem is, it was 3rd and long, inside of 2 minutes, and anything that falls incomplete stops the clock.
Which would allow Russell Wilson to get the ball back, and potentially make some mind-blowing magic
Packers head coach Matt LaFleur decided to risk all his chips, and let his superstar veteran quarterback at least try to pick up a first down through the air.
Aaron Rodgers took the snap, and found a wide-open Jimmy Graham, and got the first down, or so we all thought.
During review, the initial spot looked generous at best, but since we couldn’t see the football and confirm a valid spot, the call on the field would ultimately stand.
After the game, many were upset at the call, sending unreliable screenshots on Twitter, trying to make their case that the call was indeed wrong.
Well Packers wide receiver Davante Adams saw all the talk, and decided to end the debate himself.
Flip the page to see Davante Adams prove the controversial call in the Packers-Seahawks game was the correct one.