H4172tehR3d5k1n5 Posted March 28, 2006 Share Posted March 28, 2006 http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9341722 Who do I call or talk to to keep the endzone celebrations alive. One of my favorite parts of the game is watching new creative ways to use the ball as a prop in a touchdown "dance". The new rule that is proposed is just stupid. What purpose does it serve? Does saving those extra 30 seconds really make a difference? I believe that as long as your not "in the face" of the other team, celebrating scoring in not unsportsmanlike. T.O. "star dance" may have been a little out of line, but what about the desecration of the terrible towel? Where do you draw the line? You don't!!! Let them have there fun. It doesn't hurt anyone, and if anything it brings more interest to the game. It creates new rivalries and sparks old ones. So who do I talk to to show my disapproval for the proposed rule? My congressman? I'm serious, I want the NFL owners to know where I (hopefully "we") stand. I believe that if you polled every football fan out there only about 20% would disapprove of the endzone celebrations now. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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