Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate became a national celebrity Monday night thanks in large part to the NFL's replacement officials.
Tate "caught" the game-winning touchdown against the Packers as the clock hit 0:00, a play that some are calling the "Fail Mary."
Tate was in the position to allegedly wrestle the ball away from M.D. Jennings in the end zone to give the Hawks the dramatic win. However, the controversial touchdown may not have even happened had the refs called the blatant offensive pass interference seconds earlier. Tate used a two-handed shove to rid himself of Sam Shields in order to be in position for the catch.
"I don't know what you're talking about. I don't know what you're talking about," he told ESPN following the game when asked about the play.
See the entire interview below.