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Watch: Josh Norman rages hilariously during Bengals - Redskins game

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The Cincinnati Bengals and Washington Redskins are currently facing off against each other at Wembley as the NFL plays its third and final game of the 2016 season in London.

The Bengals currently lead by 20-10 but it could be a hell of a lot closer, especially if Josh Norman could hang onto the football.

After dropping what could well have been his second interception of the day, the Redskins cornerback angrily sprinted off the pitch to vent his anger and it is amazing. Scroll down to see Norman getting angry.

With Andy Dalton's erratic first half passing on full view for everyone to see and the Washington defense to take advantage of, Norman failed to secure the football on a poorly-timed pass and dropped what should've been an interception. He was not happy...

When you are getting paid $75million dollars over the next five seasons to make big plays, this is exactly the type of situation where Norman should be showing everyone why he is the best cornerback in the league.

With Dalton finding his footing so far in the second and the Bengals driving on offense yet again at Wembley, that missed interception could seriously come back to haunt Norman.

When you add to that the fact that he dropped another potential INT in the first half and the multiple penalties he has committed, Josh Norman really isn't having the best game of his career.

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