An official gestures as Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields (37), safety Jerron McMillian (22) and Seattle Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas (29) leave the field in the second half of an NFL football game, Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in Seattle. After a period of confusion, a Seahawks touchdown by wide receiver Golden Tate was allowed to stand for the 14-12 win. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Up for grabs
Trailing 12-7 in the final seconds Monday night against Green Bay, the Seattle Seahawks throw up a Hail Mary on the final play and the officials rule that receiver Golden Tate came down with a 24-yard touchdown as Packers Sam Shields (37), Jarrett Bush (24), Charles Woodson (21) and Jarrett Williams (38) defend on the play. The play was upheld on review, giving Seattle a controversial 14-12 win.
Green Bay Packers cornerbacks Tramon Williams (38) and Charles Woodson (21) and safety M.D. Jennings (43) fight for possession of a jump ball with Seattle Seahawks wide receivers Charly Martin (14) and Golden Tate (right).
One official signals a touchdown by Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate (obscured) while the other waves it off.
Officials try to sort out the final play as players and coaches swarm the field. After a period of confusion, a Seahawks touchdown by wide receiver Golden Tate was allowed to stand for a 14-12 win.
Sweatin' to the finish
NFL referee Richard Simmons breaks up an altercation between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers after the game.
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll celebrates the official ruling of a touchdown against the Green Bay Packers to end the game.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings pushes Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner during an altercation in the second half.
No doubt on this one
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate catches a pass for his first touchdown ahead of Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson in the first half.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is sacked eight times — all in the first half — by Bruce Irvin and Seattle.
Seahawks defensive ends Bruce Irvin (51) and Jason Jones (90) celebrate during the game.
Seahawks defensive tackle Brandon Mebane sacks Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers during the second quarter. Mebane was flagged for a face mask penalty on the play.
Bird's the word
Seattle Seahawks augur hawk mascot Taima flies onto the field before the game.
Still in a fog
The Chargers seemed to be in a daze for most of Sunday, scoring only three points at home against the Falcons during San Diego's 27-3 loss. Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers had a game to forget, completing 21 of 38 attempts for 173 yards and two interceptions.
Head to the light
Safety Bernard Pollard warms up before the Ravens' much-anticipated matchup against the Patriots, who beat Baltimore during last season's AFC title game.
Caught off guard
Broncos tight end Jacob Tamme shows his defensive skills, denying Texans strong safety Glover Quin an interception in the fourth quarter of Houston's 31-25 victory.
Raiders wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey is tended to by medics after being injured during the fourth quarter of the Raiders' 34-31 victory over the Steelers. He was taken to the hospital with a neck injury after a helmet-to-helmet hit from Steelers' Ryan Mundy that was not penalized.
Vikings defensive back Josh Robinson celebrates his interception with defensive backs coach Joe Woods during the fourth quarter in their 24-13 win over the 49ers.
Dunk you very much
Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd celebrates after scoring on an 8-yard reception in the first quarter of Arizona's 27-6 win over the Eagles to move to 3-0.
Texans tight end Owen Daniels dives over the goal line for a touchdown as he is hit by Broncos safety Chris Harris and linebacker Von Miller.
Houston Texans tight end Owen Daniels (81) dives over the goal line for a touchdown as he is hit by Denver Broncos strong safety Chris Harris (25) and outside linebacker Von Miller (58) in the third quarter of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012, in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)
Steelers running back Chris Rainey is stopped by Raiders linebacker Philip Wheeler.
Nose for the football
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin sneaks the ball in for a touchdown over the pylon.
Get fired up
Buccaneers defensive end Michael Bennett celebrates after sacking Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan lets it fly against the Chargers.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees challenges the official after receiver Lance Moore hit the pylon in the second half against the Chiefs. After review the pass was ruled incomplete.
Dolphins running back Reggie Bush appears baffled on the sidelines. Bush limped off the field with 23 seconds left in the first half with an apparent left knee injury.
Browns running back Trent Richardson scores a touchdown against the Buffalo Bills.
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray dives for a touchdown against the Buccaneers.
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee intercepts a pass as Buccaneers running back D.J. Ware looks on.
Colts receiverers T.Y. Hilton, left, and Kris Adams celebrate after a touchdown against the Jaguars.
You talking to me?
Dolphins center Mike Pouncey questions a penalty call of head linesman Greg Maxwell.
Get something extra
Chiefs WR Dexter McCluster fights for some extra yards against the Saints.
Off with it
Redskins running back Alfred Morris loses his helmet on this play.
Lions tight end bobbles this offering from QB Matthew Stafford.
Robert Mathis manages to knock the ball out of Blaine Gabbert's hand.
What a view
Bears fans get ready to get crazy at Soldier Field.
Is that legal?
49ers defensive back Chris Culliver gets his hands on Vikings WR Percy Harvin.
Who is that facemasked man?
That's Andre Brown, who rushed for 113 yards and two TDs in his first career start to lift the New York Giants past the Carolina Panthers 36-7 on Thursday night.
You earned it
Andre Brown, who was cut by five teams including the Panthers, spikes the ball after scoring his second touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Cam Newton uses his height to his advantage and leaps over the line for a touchdown, but it was the Panthers' only score in a rough night for the star QB: 16 of 30 for 242 yards and three picks.
Jayron Hosley of the New York Giants intercepts a second-quarter pass that was thrown behind and tipped by Brandon LaFell of the Carolina Panthers. It was one of three picks by the Giants.
Jayron Hosley and the New York Giants hold Steve Smith to four catches, though he had 86 yards.
Reach for it
Andre Brown does his best to reach the end zone, but he's stopped short on this play. Brown was filling infor injured back Ahmad Bradshaw.
Get off me!
Giants WR Ramses Barden tries to break a tackle from Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly. Barden, starting in place of injured Hakeem Nicks, came out of nowhere to pick up 138 yards on nine catches.
Martellus Bennett is all alone in the end zone as he pulls down a touchdown pass from Eli Manning, who completed 27 of 35 passes for 288 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions.
And what's his name?
Ramses Barden isn't a big name either, but he gives the Giants' passing attack a lift in the absence of Hakeem Nicks.
You know me now
''I felt a little fire, no doubt," Brown said. "I'm so happy to come out here. It really humbled me. It really shows that everything is not guaranteed. You know, I'm just going to ride this wave. Hopefully, it's a long wave.''