Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Monday Night Football Debacle w/ The Packers & Seahawks & AL MLB Scores: 9/25, Vol. 234, 1st Edt'n


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Replacement refs are NOT on
same page in the Green Bay Packers
vs the Seattle Seahawks
Monday Night Football provided probably the most memorable, controversy filled game in its 43 year history when the Green Bay Packers were seeking their first road win of the season when they traveled to face off against the Seattle Seahawks, but since Aaron Rogers of the Packers was sacked 8 times in the 1st half, it would be an uphill battle to get that win.  With that, the Seahawks went to the locker room with a 7-0 halftime lead and in the 3rd quarter, the Packers offense still sputtered as they managed 2 field goals to close the gap to 7-6 going into the 4th quarter.  And in the 4th quarter, things get a little interesting as Russell Wilson of the Seahawks rolled out on 4th and 10, no time outs and the clock ticking towards zero, threw in essence a hail Mary to the end-zone and Golden Tate of the Seahawks and M. D. Jennings of the Packers simultaneously caught the ball as both players crashed landed in the end-zone.  With no time on clock and two replacement refs standing basically of either end of both players as each one tried to wrestle the ball from one another, the refs looked at each other and one ref indicated a catch for the defense and the other indicated touchdown.  Only after reviewing the play, it was announced the ruling on the field stands, and the Packers have to searched for their helmets to trout back onto the field and line up as mannequins for the extra point, as the Seahawks won the game 14-12.  Coming off a weekend in which the replacement refs were heavily criticized, last night’s will be the pinnacle of that criticism since it decided a game and it was the first time in 664 Monday Night Football games in which a game winning touchdown scored in the 4th quarter as time expired.

Curtis Granderson knocks out
his 40th homer of the season
The American League in Major League baseball were swinging their bats as the Baltimore Orioles knocked off the Toronto Blue Jays 4-1 in game one of the a double header as Adam Jones launched his 31st homer and in the 2nd game, the Blue Jays reversed the outcome by dominating the Orioles 9-5 as Edwin Encarnacion belts his 41st homer, the Kansas City Royals were devastated by the Detroit Tigers 6-2 with the 28th homerun from Prince Fielder, while Oakland A’s lost by a run to the Texas Rangers 5-4 as Adrian Beltre went yard for the 35th time, but it was his single in the 9th inning that won the game, another 5-4 score occurred in the Cleveland Indians versus the Chicago White Sox game, with the White Sox getting the win as Adam Dunn homered twice and the New York Yankees smothered the Minnesota Twins 6-3 with a total of 4 homers including the 40th homerun by Curtis Granderson.
  
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