Closer look at ridiculous call to overturn Hunter Henry touchdown reception

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It's hard to know what a catch is these days, and that was the case at Thursday's game between the New England Patriots and the Minnesota Vikings.
Tight end Hunter Henry clinched his second touchdown reception of the game before the game was knocked over and ruled an incomplete pass.
The referee ruled that Henry was out of control trying to break the plane, but then again it also looked like his outstretched arms crossed the white line that should have made it a touchdown.
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Was it a catch or not? You can be sure that people will be discussing this for weeks.
It's a tough break for the Patriots after the umpires missed a clear holding penalty on a special team touchdown executed by Vikings running back Kene Nwangwu.
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