If you've been outside your house the past few days, it would have been hard to miss.
A nationally televised game on Monday Night Football in Seattle with the Seahawks facing the Green Bay Packers came down to the final play of regulation, with Seattle receiver Golden Tate coming down with the ball, or at least the NFL's replacement refs saw it that way. In the end, Seattle won in stunning fashion, 14-12.
And now it seems that was the call that ended the NFL Referee Lock-Out.
The AP is reporting the league and the referees' union have reached a tentative contract agreement, ending the use of replacements refs.
Also on Patch: While Seattle fans enjoyed the spoils on Tuesday, many Packers fans spent Tuesday morning voicing their outrage on Patch over the outcome of Monday night's Packers-Seahawks game.