Thanks in part to the immature behavior of Seattle Seahawk Golden Tate in their Monday Night Football win over the St. Louis Rams, the NFL is looking into changing the "taunting" rule to make it similar to the one for college players which can penalize a team for taunting by taking away points when the taunting occurs on a scoring play. In other words, the TD Tate scored Monday night could have been nullified a a result of him taunting his opponent on the way into the endzone.
Taunting is against the rules in the NFL, but it's considered a "dead ball foul" which means the penalty is invoked on the next play - the kickoff, rather than on the scoring play. What do you think? Is this rule good for the NFL, or not? Comment on facebook.