The NFL Has A Problem With Their Touchdown Celebration Rules. They Need More.

This season has been a disaster for the NFL. Sure, there are tons of good games, but there are also lots of scandals. They’ve been accused of ignoring claims of domestic violence, unfairly punishing players, and that isn’t even the worst of it. Over the weekend the NFL got into more trouble because of a time honored tradition, the touchdown celebration.

Husain Abdullah was penalized for this touchdown celebration, in which he bows down and prays, a common practice for his Muslim faith. Abdullah is a devout Muslim and even skipped the last NFL season so he could make the Islamic trip to Mecca. This is what the NFL penalizes.

But these…

Intentionally…

Ridiculous…

Disrespectful…

Touchdown…

Dances…

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That seem inappropriate…

That injure people…

Sometimes violent…

Stupid…

That involve more than one person…

That sometimes don’t even work…

…are fine.

I guess you have to draw the line somewhere, but this line seems a little…off. Apparently, this line was drawn when you aren’t doing a dance from a rap song or intentionally disrespecting your opponent.

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