Open Field Tue Jul. 30, 2013 One-on-One with … Golden Tate The Seahawks wideout discusses expectations for 2013, and the play that shook the NFL last year ByPeter King · More from Peter· 0 [si_cvp_video id="video_F6516C26-04E1-1430-3DC8-2AD7956C9E11"] The MMQB crew has hit the road for training camps. Check out all our coverage. More from The MMQB Fri Sep. 5, 2014‘In Seattle we might have thrown 15-20 times… I prefer what we have in Detroit’ Tue Oct. 29, 2013Not Good Enough Fri Aug. 8, 2014Lions Report: Tall Order Thu Dec. 12, 2013Ben Tate: No Pain, No Gain More from The MMQB Previous Article Fixing a Hole Next Article One-on-One with ... Antoine Winfield TAGS: golden tateSeattle Seahawksvideo 5 comments   Get Livefyre FAQ Sign in + Follow Post comment Link Newest | Oldest FootballisJesus 5pts Nice piece Peter!!" Congrats!! On the site; I'm all in.." Rick58 5pts .........the sad thing is he really believes he caught that pass, even though one of his own team mates, Marshawn Lynch, said Green Bay was robbed. I think if he and the media would stop talking about this it would go away, but I think he keeps it in his back pocket when he is getting enough attention. picklejuice 5pts @Rick58 probably because he did catch that pass. Tate was the first one to get a hand on the ball, and he came down to the ground with that same hand still on the ball controlling not only the ball, but pulling the Green Bay player towards himself.I'd love to know what Peter's new MMQB team's opinion is on that catch.http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/content/shame-the-angry-mob-golden-tates-touchdown-was-legit/17706/ Rick58 5pts http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfl--seahawks-rb-marshawn-lynch-stunned-at-replay-of-controversial-final-play-monday-night.html picklejuice 5pts @Rick58 That article is obviously wrong as it says Green Bay was the first to touch the ball. From the non-broadcast angles that were available to the ref on review, that is clearly not true. And I don't see anywhere in that article where Lynch says that "Green Bay was robbed".