Two officials make two different calls while observing the same play during the Packers-Seahawks game in Seattle on Sept. 24, 2012. (Getty Images)
(USA Today) -- The NFL will issue a statement Tuesday explaining the controversial final play of the Seattle Seahawks' 14-12 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Monday night.
But for now, the league is only saying nothing can be done about the outcome.
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In other words, the Packers can't appeal for a reversal of Seahawks WR Golden Tate's touchdown to make it a game-ending interception for Green Bay DB M.D. Jennings.
"There's no provision for that in our rules," NFL spokesman Greg Aiello wrote in an e-mail to USA TODAY Sports.
Replays seemed to clearly show Jennings had full possession of the ball before Tate put two hands on it as both players fell to the ground. One official signaled touchdown, while the other indicated Jennings had recorded an interception by calling for a touchback.
After a replay review, the call of touchdown was upheld.