Social media reacts to 'Monday Night Football' call

Published: 10:43 AM EDT Sep 25, 2012   Updated: 3:20 PM EDT Sep 25, 2012

Social media reacts to last night's controversial "Monday Night Football" call by the replacement referees.

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Social media like Facebook and Twitter exploded overnight with reactions to the call that ended the Green Bay Packers/Seattle Seahawks game. Here are some of the posts and photos we have seen...


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