Found March 27, 2014 on cover32 - Bengals:
This week, the NFL made news during their annual owners’ meetings in Orlando by making some subtle changes to the rulebook. A tweak here and there, all of which are fairly good ideas, got everyone talking about how the game was adapting. But in the end, none of the suggestions were revolutionary. None of them will cause much more than a minor bit of confusion early in the season as fans try to wrap their collective minds around the small adjustments. There are, however, some rule changes that would make a big difference on the sport. There are some things that would go far beyond being just a tweak, which would improve the game immensely. To see the 10 rule changes that the NFL should institute immediately, click here. You may also be interested in:Could any of these 10 rule changes benefit the Cincinnati Bengals?The Cincinnati Bengals and Domata Peko agree to extensionTwo Cincinnati Bengals players cash in with the NFL’s Performance-Based Pay
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