As you may have heard, the NFL has launched a crackdown on end-zone celebrations. This comes after a season that was full of outlandish dances and offensive demonstrations. Below are 8 offensive & excessive celebrations players won’t be able to execute this year because of those rules.
Touchdown against the Patriots: Scoring opponent pretends to put on a red coat, loads a fake musket loading rifle then acts as if he is shooting a patriot, ala 1700’s Boston Massacre.
A NFL player pretending the number on the front of his jersey is a Superman “S.” His other teammates gather around him and announce to the crowd “he can’t read.”
Quarterback sacked. Defense tackle pulls out iPad and posts a derogatory review of opposing team’s offense on Yelp.
Forcing your opponent to waltz with you in the end zone after a touchdown
Wide receiver gets down on one knee after scoring a touchdown, pulls out a fake ring and acts as if he’s proposing to a cheerleader. She says yes. Teammates performs mock ceremony in the end zone. Wide receiver and cheerleader leave for honeymoon.
Reenacting your own slow-motion, instant replay.
Reenacting a Civil War battle in the end zone.
Players hide behind goal post after touchdown, jump out as if they’re throwing a surprise party for their opponents.
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