People make mistakes. But sometimes, people make mistakes that change the outcome of games in front of thousands of fans and millions of TV viewers. The replacement referee crew that gave the Seahawks a win over the Packers on "Monday Night Football" apparently blew it when they called a touchdown for Seattle -- under the little-known "simultaneous possession" rule -- instead of a Green Bay interception. In fact, SportsNation is not unanimous on whether the wrong call was made. But plenty of fans and players are angry and want the regular refs back on the field. Have the Packers-Seahawks referees entered the rare and uncomfortable air reserved for the all-time worst officiating gaffes -- some of which decided championships?