Last night happened. I would love to never speak of it again, but this is a Packers blog, so we will speak of it many times. Probably because it was a really big deal. If you went to bed early, the Pack lost to the Seahawks in one of the most poorly officiated pro sporting events in history. M.D. Jennings picked off Russell Wilson on the final play, except Golden Tate had half a hand on the ball and a touchdown was called.
Here's your daily dose of Green Bay Packers news and links.
Game notes: Benson changed the game | Packers.com
We start with something positive: Cedric Benson played a great second half. You probably don't care now, but this will be relevant on Sunday.
OFFICIALLY LOST: Packers fall to Seahawks, refs on controversial touchdown call | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
It's Bob McGinn, so read it.
Gut Reactions: Week 4 | Cheesehead TV
The first and last five-word post we will ever proudly link in Cheese Curds.
Packers fans protest outside Lambeau, across nation | Green Bay Press-Gazette
And for good reason.
Ranting and Raving About the Packers Loss to the (Refs) Seahawks | Jersey Al's
Needs more angry.
Carroll: 'Tie goes to the runner' | ESPN Wiscosnin
Seahawks Vs. Packers: Breaking Down Golden Tate's Hail Mary 'Catch' | SBNation.com
The mothership's coverage of the game.
Extra Timeouts And Missed Head-Shots: Worst Replacement Ref Screw-Ups Of Week 3 | SBNation.com
This was published BEFORE last night's game and is entirely convincing even omitting the most poorly officiated game in history.
Seahawks beat Packers 14-12 | Field Gulls
Read if you dare.