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  • Bob

    If the NFL had rules similar to the NHL it would avoid the cursing and questioning of officials rulings. See
    the NHL Rule book:
    Rule 39 – Abuse of Officials
    39.1 General Description – A player, goalkeeper, Coach or non-playing
    person shall not challenge or dispute the rulings of an official before,
    during or after a game. A player, goalkeeper, Coach or non-playing
    person shall not display unsportsmanlike conduct including, but not
    limited to, obscene, profane or abusive language or gestures,
    comments of a personal nature intended to degrade an official, or
    persist in disputing a ruling after being told to stop or after being
    penalized for such behavior.
    NOTE: When such conduct is directed at anyone other than an
    official, Rule 75 – Unsportsmanlike Conduct shall be applied.
    75.4 Misconduct Penalty – Misconduct penalties shall be assessed under
    this rule for the following infractions:
    (i) Any player who persists in using obscene, profane or abusive
    language directed towards any person after being assessed a minor
    or bench minor penalty under this Rule.
    (iii) Any player who persists in any course of conduct (including
    threatening or abusive language or gestures or similar actions)
    designed to incite an opponent into incurring a penalty.
    (iv) When a penalized player challenges or disputes the ruling of an
    official after he has already entered the penalty bench and play has
    resumed.

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