It was obvious to millions that the ball was intercepted by Green Bay. You are in the minority to argue that there was a simultaneous catch perpetrated by a player from BEHIND. This isn't even close and the correct call can be easily made by the vast majority of those viewing. Did you catch the remark by Tate, when asked after the game about his push off and interference on the last play on #37. It was extremely obvious yet he continues to deny the video of him PUSHING the player. When asked he said 'I don't know what you are talking about'....as it went back to the announcers they stated he went to Notre Dame and that play is called CHEATING....something Notre Dame would know about!!! ha ha ha ha That is a great comment and slam on the slimeball Tate. Caught red handed on video, he did a thugs immitation by saying.. 'I don't know what you are talking about'.....eFastball.com? So you get linked...now back to obscurity and a sullied reputation.
In your link it clearly shows that Tate's hand is on the defender's arm, not on the ball. Therefore, no simultaneous possession. At frame 76, you can actually see that Tate does not have his right hand anywhere near the ball. Tate moves his second hand on to the ball only after they both hit the ground.