Nothing used to be more manly than the NFL with its bone-crushing hits.

But the good old days of hard-nosed football in the NFL are over.

And the NFL officially became a powderpuff league after punishing teams for doing this act.

The NFL has been a reflection of our society for decades.

Back in the ‘70s and ‘80s, our society admired tough guys.

And in the ‘70s and ‘80s, the play on the field in the NFL was a lot more physical than it is today.

Most quarterbacks these days couldn’t even survive in the good ole days of the NFL.

Now if you hit a player too hard it’s a personal foul.

Mike Lindell’s MyPillows might as well be a sponsor for the NFL since their players are so soft now.

But the league just transitioned from soft to a powderpuff league as the NFL hit a new low.

The NFL placed a major fine on the Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy because a recent OTA practice was “too physical.”

Let that sink in for a second.

The pansies of the Dallas Cowboys are being accused by the NFL of having too much contact and too physical of a practice.

Give it a few years at this pace and your local little league football game will have more contact than an NFL game.

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