Two days after Detroit Lions defensive lineman Trey Flowers was flagged for an illegal hands-to-the-face penalty that the NFL later said shouldn’t have been called, a billboard appeared on various freeways in the Detroit metropolitan area making a statement about it.

The billboard displays a referee wearing a cheesehead, with a fist just under the referee’s chin, and will be displayed in seven locations throughout Detroit for the rest of the week.

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The penalty set up the Green Bay Packers’ game-winning field goal Monday night.

Lions cornerback Justin Coleman laughed Wednesday when a picture of the billboard was shown to him.

“That real?” Coleman asked. “My goodness. That’s creative, though.”

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