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Steelers v. Patriots Ref Has a Message ‘Love Actually’ Style

The FOX Sports parody video features an NFL referee and a Steelers fan as Andrew Lincoln and Keira Knightley's characters in the holiday season favorite.




This parody of "Love Actually," the 2003 holiday-themed romantic comedy, almost made it under our radar. FOX Sports posted the minute-long video on Christmas Eve, and as the movie says, “at Christmas you tell the truth.” An NFL referee knocks on the door of a Steelers fan, still hurting from the Patriots "catch rule" call on Dec. 17. Using messages written on poster board (just as Andrew Lincoln's character does in the movie), the ref reveals his true feelings about that infamous call. 

What a shame this revelation probably won't change the opinion of the NFL. 
 

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