There is a generally understood rule that a football player should not, under any circumstances, put his hands on an official. Vikings cornerback Chris Cook disregarded that edict on Sunday during Minnesota's game against the Chicago Bears, and got himself ejected from the contest as a result. The incident occurred in the third quarter after an incredible touchdown catch by Chicago's Alshon Jeffery -- part of a ridiculous 249-yard, two-touchdown day by the Bears receiver. I'm not sure whether Cook was mad that he gave up the score (though, really, what more could he have done to prevent it?) or upset with the fact that it was ruled a good catch (which it was).