Lions' coach Jim Schwartz: Expand Playoff OT Rule To Regular Season

jim schwartz1 Lions' coach Jim Schwartz: Expand Playoff OT Rule To Regular Season

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When the NFL holds its spring meeting today in Dallas, the 2014 Super Bowl will be awarded to New York, South Florida or Tampa Bay. But the league also will discuss changing the overtime rules for the regular season, having changed them for the playoffs.
As it stands now, the first team that scores in overtime wins a regular-season game. But in the playoffs, the team that gets the ball first would need a touchdown to end the game. A field goal would give the other team a possession. for more

  • Joe From Macomb

    worried about it when your team starts winning

  • Zach

    I agree that if it is good for the playoffs you need to do it all season long. Why have separate rules depending on the time of year? I still think that new rule isn’t the best plan, but it’s a hell of an improvement.

    • Adam

      I like the change but your theory is flawed. Look at hockey…they have rule changes from regular season to post season.

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