Watch: Police spoof Saints-Rams controversial no-call play in drunk driving ad

first_imgBy now everyone has seen countless replays of that controversial no-call play in the Saints-Rams NFC title game.Now comes this video, showing the Las Vegas Police Department spoofing the play in an anti-drunk driving public service ad. Will you make the right call? 🏈 #DontDrinkandDrive #DesignatedDriver #rideshare#zerofatalities#thebiggame#savage#toosoon pic.twitter.com/zk0XGQzNXC— LVMPD (@LVMPD) January 23, 2019″Will you make the right call?” the police officer asks. “Be a saint. Don’t let your friends drink and drive.”Note the blindfolded referee wandering around in the background of the ad, and the disgusted look the police officer gives him. Also, the bar patron clearly tackled the fan before his car keys arrived, which is good, because by now everyone should know drinking and driving is a terrible idea. Related News By the way, Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman recently said the pass intended for Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis was tipped. Pass interference cannot be called on a play in which the ball is tipped.center_img Nickell Robey-Coleman says pass was tipped during controversial no-call play in Rams-Saints gamelast_img read more