Flip and find out what the NFL is planing to do put a stop to the Sexually Explicit Touchdown Dances…
Since taunting and unsportsmanlike conduct are up 220 percent in the first four games of 2016 as opposed to last season, the NFL plans to BAN Sexually Explicit Touchdown Dances.
According to reports the NFL is planning to send out a video to all 32 teams that will specify what is considered unsportsmanlike conduct, senior vice president of officiating Dean Blandino said Tuesday,
This means, no more Twerking, Hingle McCringleberry, The Urinator, The Masterbator, the Pooperator, The Rick Rude and several more have all been dubbed unsportsmanlike. And of course, if a player is caught doing one of these hilarious dances penalties will apply.
The reason is that such as celebration dances, are up 56 percent. Could it be due to the rise in video games and players trying to have their own originality?
Here are some of the BEST celebration dances:
“We certainly want the teams to have clarification, and this isn’t a new issue. We’ve been dealing with this in the past. And so we’re going to send a tape out in the next week or so and clarify some of these things. But the key is if it’s a gesture that either mimics a violent act — that’s something with a firearm or a bow and arrow — or a sexually suggestive act, those are unsportsmanlike conduct.”
“That’s … something that officials will flag. That’s direct from the competition committee and something that we’re going to try to be as consistent as possible.”
A prime example is Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, who was penalized in Week 1 for twerking in the end zone. He vowed to limit his celebration to “two pumps,” but was hit with another penalty last week for making a thrusting motion after catching a touchdown.
CelebNSports247.com LOVES the fact that players act stupid, thrust and get wild after a touchdown or a victory on the field. We think the NFL should worry about the domestic violence, drug addictions and DUIs of their players. You know the serious stuff, not the fun stuff that happens on the field.
Obviously someone at the NFL has a stick up their @ss.
If people don’t like it, then stop watching!
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday he and his players didn’t know what was considered unsportsmanlike and what the league considers to be acceptable.
“We have to get some clarity in terms of what’s legal and what’s not.”
What are your thoughts on players and their victory dances?