TD or INT? Wacky Golden Tate play in end zone further muddles completion rule

The Lions have a penchant for controversial touchdown plays.

With :53 left in the second quarter, Golden Tate appeared to have a ball ripped out of his hands by Bears defenders, subsequently leading to an interception called on the field.

After the play was reviewed, referee Walt Coleman reversed the call, saying Tate had possession of the ball long enough to negate what happened after.

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Bears linebacker Jonathan Anderson seemed to come down with the interception, but take a look for yourself.

FOX Sports NFL rules expert Mike Pereira also thinks the rules needs to be clarified.