Twitter erupts on MNF

A compilation of Twitter reaction to the controversial ending of the Green Bay-Seattle NFL game on Monday night:

"Got (robbed) by the refs.. Embarrassing. Thanks nfl" — Green Bay offensive lineman T.J. Lang.

"Fine me and use the money to pay the regular refs." — Lang.

"13th man beat us tonight." — Green Bay tight end Tom Crabtree.

"Drama. Great for business. Godspeed, Ed Hochuli." — Houston Texans running back Arian Foster.

"I simply just LOVE the NFL to much to see these mistakes. I'm sick like I just played for the Packers" — Miami Heat star LeBron James.

"This is what the NFL has come down to, & yet they tell you to respect the shield! Lol. But they'll try to fine us for everything thing we do." — Arizona defensive end Darnell Dockett.

"These games are a joke." — Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and current NFL broadcaster Troy Aikman.

"Not gonna watch another nfl game until real refs r back. What a farce" — Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki.

"I would love to see what my reaction would be if a Mavs game ended like MNF. (hashtag)Expensive" — Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.

"Maybe they will actually start to think the regular refs are important. How many games can they screw up before people think its important." — Atlanta pitcher Paul Maholm.

"That is unreal. I'm actually mad and I don't even have a dog in the fight. I'm sick." — Tampa Bay third baseman Evan Longoria.

"That's the worst thing I've ever seen." — Texas Rangers catcher Mike Napoli.

"NFL should not be played anymore" — Napoli

"All nfl fans watch the Ryder Cup this week, we got no refs." — Masters champion Bubba Watson.

"These refs gotta go I'm sorry" — Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush.

"These refs are in Over their heads!!! OBVIOUSLY!!!" — Actor Samuel L. Jackson.


"Disgusting. Can't wish you a good night because that's not possible. Shame. Shame. Shame. Just disgusting" — NFL agent David Canter.

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