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New TD celebration rules - The_Jonas - 05-23-2017

» Using the football as a prop after a touchdown
» Celebrating on the ground
» Group demonstrations

All allowed again.

I'm so happy right now.

C'mon chiefs, get me a team celebration!


RE: New TD celebration rules - NOLA - 05-23-2017






RE: New TD celebration rules - HG - 05-24-2017

So.......When have the celebrated not on the ground?  Lambeaumbue Leap?


RE: New TD celebration rules - Chi-town_Chief - 05-24-2017

So who will be the first team to bring back the bob and weave?

I would say the Rams, but they would have to score a TD first.


RE: New TD celebration rules - NOLA - 05-24-2017

(05-24-2017, 08:26 AM)Chi-town_Chief Wrote: So who will be the first team to bring back the bob and weave?

I would say the Rams, but they would have to score a TD first.

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RE: New TD celebration rules - The_Jonas - 05-24-2017

The 3 crotch pump rule is still in effect.


RE: New TD celebration rules - The_Jonas - 05-24-2017

(05-24-2017, 08:08 AM)HG Wrote: So.......When have the celebrated not on the ground?  Lambeaumbue Leap?

This isn't entirely coherent, so I'll say whatever I want.  

I remember Abdullah slid to the ground and did the islamic prayer gesture and got fined.


OF course, assholes were like "The NFL is Islamophobic!"

But, yeah.  I think this rule stems entirely from that whole canoe thing that TO or Chad Johnson did.  

First of all, the football should ALWAYS be an allowable prop after a touchdown.  

Team celebrations are awesome, and fuck everyone who says otherwise.  

The ground thing just seems... I dunno... It was obviously a problem when Abdullah got fined and penalized simply for sliding to his knees a few years ago.  That wasn't even an over-the-top celebration.  It's just a stupid ass rule.

To answer your question, they mean players actually celebrating on the ground.  That means taking a knee in prayer was illegal.  Which is really stupid.