Davante Adams
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The Green Bay Packers were holding a five-point lead late in Sunday’s NFC Divisional Playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks.

This is when Aaron Rodgers hit Jimmy Graham on a third-down pass that seemed to be short of the first-down marker.

As Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was losing his mind on the sideline, Green Bay was able to take a knee and set up a meeting with the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.

For his part, Davante Adams appears to be having none of the criticism after a dominating performance against Seattle.

Adams actually has a solid point here. The yellow first-down marker on our television screens is not official. As you can see, the red line there is the official first-down marker. If that is indeed the case (it is), Graham did get the first down.

Either way, it’s yet another controversial ending around the NFL. That’s for sure.

Vincent Frank
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