We have the Norfolk ( and Suffolk ) original tracks, in scale with course and speed.
but you are no longer using them, instead you have superimposed your own invented blue track over Norfolk's. You have supressed several important turns by her, "traced" by Pinchin from her plotter track, and particularly slewed the track between 06:20 and 06:36 so as to superficially respect PoW astern of Norfolk whilst achieving your goal of putting Norfolk close to the enemy earlier on.
If you had used Pinchin's track and put Norfolk ahead of PoW at 06:36 you would still have good angle correlation but your thesis of cowardice would be gone. Norfolk would be, as described by witness "fine on Hood's quarter" at 06:00,the view unobscured by PoW.
As for Suffolk there is only one direct bearing between Norfolk and her, and the sloppy linkage of the intermediate bearings from the two cruisers on Bismarck taken at different times depend on the track of the Germans being correct. The only source for the latter part of which is the Gefechtskizze which is described as "useless".
More, when one realize that the RearAdm was keeping his station toward the other ship since some hours by keeping her at 320°
Where are the recorded D/F bearings
to support this? There are none. Norfolk, like Suffolk was steaming on roughly the same reported course as Bismarck and both at close to top speed. Consequently the bearing would change little. Except when of course , Suffolk circled at 03:25 and keeping station on her by hourly-ish D/F would have been completely thrown out. The few D/F bearings you have seen on the PoW original traced plan show the inherent variation, like plus and minus 2 degrees.
PoW recorded no D/F bearings from Suffolk after 03:36 and drew guessed D/R tracks
from the reported positions earlier, resulting in the spurious positions for the cruisers used in Plan 4 in her report and reproduced in the post war battle summary. These D/R tracks ignore the circles and s turns made by the two cruisers and the "Crazy Ivan" made by Bismarck and Prinz Eugen. This D/R assumption placing the cruisers too close to PoW, misled you into decrying Pinchin's adequate effort, and into manufacturing your own distorted map and Conspiracy Theory and to the groundless defamation of all the officers involved.
All the best