Originally Posted by GreatBronco16
I just asked if they were not considered two separate instances. I figured that the ref would only look to make sure that the Seattle player had possession of the football and actually scored. I didn't think he would verify if the ball was actually fumbled before the score. Which is why I thought they viewed them as two separate instances and that the fumble could be challenged.
This here is what we in the business call a PEBKAC.