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The NFL’s crackdown on fun worked. Touchdown celebrations were incredibly lame in Week 5

Booooooooo. The NFL has gotten serious about celebrations. Last week, we saw a player get in trouble for shooting a bow and arrow, plus then the NFL banned “sexually suggestive acts,” (thanks Antonio Brown) without really specifying what that meant. Their list of appropriate celebrations includes spiking (as long as it’s not at an opponent), bowing to the ground, saluting the crowd and also hugs.
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