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Original story 9/24: In a bizarre football game that included tough defense, questionable penalties and a last-second Hail Mary pass, the Seattle Seahawks walked away with a victory Monday night.

The Seahawks capitalized on a first half shutout of Green Bay to beat the Packers, 14-12. But the game wasn't decided until the last play, when a Seahawks Hail Mary pass from rookie quarterback Russell Wilson to Golden Tate secured the win.

The Hawks held the Packers and MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers to just 268 yards of total offense, including 184 yards of passing. Rogers and company didn't score their first touchdown until 8:53 left in the 4th quarter. Rodgers was also sacked by the Hawks eight times. 

But the Hawks' offense didn't particularly shine, either. Green Bay constricted the Hawks to just 14 first downs and 238 yards of total offense. Wilson struggled to put together anything substantial outside of the Hail Mary and a 41-yard touchdown pass to Golden Tate in the 2nd quarter, going 10-for-21 with 111 yards. 

And in a game that is sure to fuel talk about the NFL's replacement referees, both teams combined for 24 penalties for 245 yards.

The Seahawks secured a 2-1 record with Monday's win, and go on to face the Rams in St. Louis Sunday, Sept. 30.

Here's a video of the team and coach Pete Carroll in the locker room after the game.