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Shooting A Bow And Arrow Will Cost You 15 Yards

With Washington up 24-20 over the Cleveland Browns in the fourth quarter, Josh Norman intercepted Cody Kessler and proceeded to mime shooting a bow and arrow. Unsportsmanlike conduct, 15-yard penalty, wash, rinse, repeat, we’ve seen this. But the official call has a curious lack of “pretending to” or “mimicking” or other such terminology:


No bows and arrows (or, presumably, bows or arrows separately, even) in the NFL.

Be thankful that MLB has no such rules and Fernando Rodney is allowed to shoot his arrows in peace.


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