- Key & Peele Poke Fun At Pro Football Players in ‘McCringleberry’s Excessive Celebration’ [VIDEO]
- Colts lineman penalized for thrusting his hips in the face of an official
Key & Peele Poke Fun At Pro Football Players in ‘McCringleberry’s Excessive Celebration’ [VIDEO]
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Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue celebrated a preseason sack with three pumps, and the NFL fined him for it. He should find it a bit embarrassing getting fined in a preseason game for excessively celebrating ONE play, a sack. What this clown did was wrong. Parents will have to explain to their kids what this idiot did. This dude is real.
A referee at a Rhinos game refuses to give Hingle McCringleberry a break when it comes to ruling his latest touchdown celebration excessive.
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Colts lineman penalized for thrusting his hips in the face of an official
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The Colts had won 10 of their last 11 games heading into Kansas City, but couldn't get anything going on Saturday, failing to score an offensive touchdown until the final five minutes of the game and going a dismal on third down conversions. Indianapolis' entire performance was a comedy of errors, and the funniest play of the game came courtesy of defensive tackle Denico Autry, who got a little too excited when celebrating his sack of Patrick Mahomes.
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How many thrust is too many? It's a good question -- one that strangely didn't come up when rumors began surfacing that the NFL was going to begin taking away touchdowns from players who celebrate or "taunt" en route to the end zone. Ya, Golden Tate was being a leg dick. But that's on him, right? Isn't being a leg dick punishment enough? Even still, if you manage to dick leg out a yard score, does the NFL have the right to legtate dictate how you express your happiness? How much celebrating is acceptable until it's considered "excessive"?