Another NFL controversy, this time centered on Kansas City Chiefs player Husain Abdullah.
Abdullah slid and bowed his head in Muslim prayer after intercepting a ball and scoring a touchdown in Monday night's big game against the New England Patriots.
But the referee flagged him for "unsportsmanlike conduct."
Remember Tim Tebow, the devout Christian who became a sensation for dropping on one knee to pray?
Matt Lauer said on the Today show, "It does seem to be a bit of a contradiction there."
The 15-yard penalty ignited a firestorm on social media.
"Tebow gets a trademark, Abdullah gets a 15-yard penalty,” went one crack.
"What exactly did this guy do that is offensive?" asked another.
On Tuesday, the NFL acknowledged the ref blew it, tweeting: "Abdullah should not have been penalized."