Josh Allen Wants This NFL Rule Changed Even More than Overtime Rules

Jason Schandl
Josh Allen wants this NFL rule changed even more than he wants overtime rules changed.
Josh Allen wants this NFL rule changed even more than he wants overtime rules changed. / Wesley Hitt/GettyImages

For as much as fans are still reeling about how the NFL overtime rules put a premature end to the epic Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs showdown, it must be eating away at Josh Allen even more.

But Allen, who didn't even have a chance to take the field in overtime, actually named a different NFL rule as the one he wants to see changed the most.

To be fair, the taunting rule would probably be second on most fans' lists after the overtime rules.

The NFL decided to emphasize calling taunting penalties this season, for some reason, but they offered little clarity to fans about what the increased emphasis would look like. It turns out they didn't offer any more clarity for players.

Football is a game, and it's meant to be fun. Sometimes that includes taunting.

Few players look like they're enjoying the game on the field than Josh Allen does when he's scrambling around, and it's clear he wants to be having even more fun out there.

Here's hoping the NFL listens to one of the brightest young stars in the league.

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