It seems lately the NFL stands for the No Fun League as opposed to the National Football League.
For the past decade or so, it seems as if the league constantly passes new rules to outlaw almost any form of celebration.
I've never been one who was a big fan of showing up your opponent via taunting or anything like that, but most end-zone celebrations are pretty harmless and fun.
Heck, the player who scored that touchdown has been taking a beating all game—let him release some emotion, for goodness' sake.
If the league wants emotionless robots after a big play or a touchdown, they better start investing money in Honda's robot division because you'll never get that from a human.
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Sit back and enjoy this stroll down memory lane.