November 13, 2012

overtime thoughts

Seems the NFL missed an opportunity two years ago, when it adjusted the rules for overtime.  I thought it would be a much simpler change to amend the 15 minute overtime to "non-sudden death" and keep the other rules the same.  Now it's more complex but doesn't really eliminate the huge advantage of winning the OT coin toss.  Not sure at all why the league clings to the sudden death, frankly, it's always been a silly idea.

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