There are only certain categories where New York can chime in and an inadvertent whistle isn't one of them. RULE 15 INSTANT REPLAY SECTION 1 INITIATING A REPLAY REVIEW ARTICLE 2. REPLAY OFFICIAL REQUEST FOR REVIEW. Only the Replay Official or the Senior Vice President of Officiating or his or her designee may initiate a review of a play: (a) that begins after the two-minute warning of each half; (b) throughout any overtime period; (c) when points are scored by either team; (d) that is a Try attempt (successful or unsuccessful); and (e) when on-field officials rule: (1) an interception by an opponent; (2) a fumble or backward pass recovered by an opponent or that goes out of bounds through the opponent’s end zone; (3) a scrimmage kick touched by the receiving team and recovered by the kicking team; or (4) a disqualification of a player. Such plays may be reviewed regardless of whether a foul is committed on the play that, if accepted, would negate the on-field ruling. The Replay Official may only challenge a play until the next legal snap or kick. The Replay Official may consult with a designated member of the Officiating department at the league office regarding whether to challenge a play. And there's this in the same rule: SECTION 4 NON-REVIEWABLE PLAYS The following aspects of plays are not reviewable: (a) Whether an erroneous whistle sounded; (b) Whether a ball was illegally batted or kicked; (c) Whether a passer intentionally grounded a pass; (d) Whether an ineligible receiver was downfield before a pass; (e) Whether a receiver was illegally contacted; (f) The spot of a loose ball crossing the sideline; (g) Whether a block was illegal; and (h) Any aspect of a play not listed as reviewable in Section 3 of this Rule.