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NFL replacement referees draw yellow flags from fans




BALTIMORE, MD - SEPTEMBER 23: Head coach John Harbaugh of the Baltimore Ravens argues a call with a replacement referee in the fourth quarter against the New England Patriots at M&T Bank Stadium on September 23, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Baltimore Ravens won, 31-30. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
BALTIMORE, MD - SEPTEMBER 23: Head coach John Harbaugh of the Baltimore Ravens argues a call with a replacement referee in the fourth quarter against the New England Patriots at M&T Bank Stadium on September 23, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Baltimore Ravens won, 31-30. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
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If you saw the end of the Monday Night Football match-up between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks, it might have looked more like a schoolyard brawl in the end zone than an NFL game.

On the last play of the game, the Seahawks threw a hail mary pass that, to the naked eye and in multiple replays, looked like an interception. But, the referees ruled the play a touchdown, and Seattle went home as the winner.

The controversial decision is the exclamation point on a season full of bad calls made by the replacement refs.

For more now we turn to Curtis Conway, former NFL player and Fox Sports analyst.