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Aaron Rodgers on Referees: "It was awful."

The Green Bay Packers quarterback doesn't need to double-check his opinion of the referees.
<p> Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers doesn't need to double-check his opinion of the replacement referees or the final call of the Monday Night Football loss against the Seattle Seahawks.</p>

The NFL’s replacement referees hit a new low on Monday night, as the Seattle Seahawks were awarded a controversial 14–12 victory over the Green Bay Packers — despite a game-deciding final play that had even the on-field officials ruling in a split-decision.

On 4th-and-10 from the Packers’ 24-yard-line with eight seconds left in a 12–7 game, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw a Hail Mary into the crowded end zone. From there, all bets were off — or, if Vegas’ numbers are accurate, all wagers were impacted to the tune of $150 million.