Fans are still debating the spot of the Jimmy Graham first down to end Sunday's Packers game
One of the central discussion points following the Packers' 28-23 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday was how the game ended, with a clinching first-down catch from Jimmy Graham at the Seattle 36-yard line.
Officials ruled that Graham achieved the yardage for a first-down, even after replay (and the mysterious "additional footage" that came in after the first announcement), though the debate rages on. Many have pointed out that the unofficial first-down yellow line visible on the Fox broadcast appeared to be slightly ahead of the actual orange first-down marker on the sideline.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, who coached Graham in Seattle from 2015-17, was understandably dismayed by the outcome
We know, Packers fans, you think he got the line to gain. Some pieces of evidence:
Packers wide receiver Davante Adams has an opinion after seeing some of the postgame footage. From his Instagram story:
Will this be the thing that defines the 2019 divisional round playoff game?
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