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The NFL penalizes bad celebrations as much as it penalizes dangerous hits

One of these things is worse than the other. Let’s take a look at a pair of flags in Colts-Jaguars to determine what the NFL considers its priorities. Taunting for spinning a football! How dare he! — jordan (@JWhittNC) October 2, 2016 The first foul here was for a bad hit by Indianapolis’ D’Qwell Jackson. Jackson laid a high hit on receiver Allen Robinson, who was already engaged with another defender.
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