• TO PREVENT $100K FINE, ATLANTA FALCONS USE MADDEN 17 HIGHLIGHTS TO TROLL NFL POLICY


Just some weeks ago, the NFL cracked down on teams utilizing nfl highlights on social media, because the league is scared about ratings becoming on the decline. The NFL told the teams that fines will likely be issued if they post any game footage on social media during the contest."Teams can't take highlights of what occurs around the field and make it their own by utilizing their very own video or posting highlights from tv straight to social media. Teams also can't turn highlights into animated GIFs.

Violations from the policy will cost teams as much as $25,000 upon the first instance, as much as $50,000 the second time and as much as $100,000 for every single added violation of your policy."

The Atlanta Falcons might have identified the right option on Sunday. As the group played the San Diego Chargers, they employed Madden 17 highlights to show off a Julio Jones catch.