CFL Player Arland Bruce Celebrates Touchdown With Spiderman Mask
The Exchange Rate On CFL Touchdown Celebrations Is Not That Great
The Canadian Football League is a bit of an oddity. The field is like 120 yards long and I believe it's also 15 yards wider than an NFL field. And, if memory serves me correctly, there's a moat at mid-field.
Anyway, the CFL is also home to a number of NFL washouts, like Isaac Bruce's brother, Arland. And naturally, when you're in a league that literally no one cares about except Canadians, you might try and go that extra mile to get yourself noticed beyond just the Great White North.
And if that means doing a lame imitation of Chad Ocho Cinco or TO, so much the better.
Yep, in a recent CFL game, Arland Bruce decided that the best way to celebrate a touchdown would be to put on a Spider Man mask and prance around the end zone. Frankly, it would have been a lot better had it not taken him half-a-minute to get the damn mask on, but whatever.
Naturally, the CFL fined Bruce for his actions, but I hope he decides to try and do another super hero. I'm thinking the Invisible Man would be good.