NFL signal-callers are becoming more and more clever with their audible calls.
Most teams are forced to change up their calls on a weekly basis, due to the advancements in technology that have made watching film easier and more accessible.
The Rams, as we recently learned, used audible calls such as “Ric Flair,” “Obama” and Hoosier” in last Sunday’s game against the Texans, and the Steelers used a clever one as well in Thursday’s win over the Titans.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger apparently didn’t like a play that was called in the fourth quarter of the game, so he audibled to a run play. Here’s what the audible call — which happened to be a popular catch phrase — sounded like.
“Dilly Dilly!” Roethlisberger could be heard saying before snapping the ball and handing it off to Le’Veon Bell.
Bud Light is really getting its money’s worth with that catch phrase.