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The NFL's Absurdly Stupid New Taunting Rule Might Bring The World Together In Hatred

The NFL has a lot of problems. CTE. Nobody knows what a catch is. Their replay rules often make zero sense. The officiating is horrible. And many others. But instead of addressing any of those issues this past offseason, the NFL decided there was something more important to focus on. People were having too much fun out there. Celebrating after they made a big play. Clapping. Screaming loudly. Perhaps even a creative celebration of some sort? Disgusting behavior. It's about time it was addressed. 

Here, that piece of shit D.J. Reed had the unmitigated gall to be a little bit excited after breaking up a pass to Pro Bowl wide receiver AJ Brown while in single coverage. Stopping Tennessee from scoring a touchdown in a one touchdown game. That's what you're going to be excited over? That's what you're gonna yell about? That's what you're going to maybe like slightly sort of flex your arms together for? Not on the NFL's watch, pal. 

In all seriousness, I think the NFL's taunting rule might just be their attempt to finally achieve world peace. It has to be the most universally hated thing in the world. There is not a single person with a brain who agrees with this rule change. I feel like it was proposed by someone's old, maybe racist uncle and then it somehow slipped through the cracks and got approved. 

NFL? More like No Fun League. LMFAOOO. Has anyone ever thought of that joke before?