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Shooting A Bow And Arrow Will Cost You 15 Yards

With the Washington Redskins up 24-20 over the Cleveland Browns in the fourth quarter, Josh Norman intercepted Cody Kessler and proceeded to mime shooting a bow and arrow. Unsportsmanlike conduct, 15-yard penalty, wash, rinse, repeat, we’ve seen this. But the official call has a curious lack of “pretending to” or “mimicking” or other such terminology: Read more...
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