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Adam Tellin He is speaking publicly against proposed changes to the NFL’s overtime rule.

Monday morning, Minnesota Vikings The receiver took to social media to comment on a scheduled NFL competition committee meeting to discuss the possibility of securing two football teams in possession at least once in overtime.

“If you only stop defending, both teams will get possession!” Posted by Thielen Social media. “Go down and score the first time in overtime and you deserve to win!”

As the rule is currently in place, the first team to score wins the game, which has resulted in some big games being determined with one possession in extra minutes.

Most notably, it was Kansas City Chiefs knocking off buffalo bills In their first drive after winning the coins in the epic AFC play-off match in January. quarterback Josh Allen And the Bills didn’t even get a chance to touch the ball.

There have been mixed reactions to the proposed rule changes.

Offensive billing processing Dion Dawkins called “The craziest rule in all sports.” Meanwhile, Allen accepted the rules as they were and kept moving.

“The rules are what they are, and I can’t complain about that because if it were the other way around, we’d celebrate too,” Allen Tell members of the media after the game.

Hopefully, the Vikings will not find themselves in a situation similar to that of the Bells.

But then again, Thelin made a good point. The Bengals got a hiatus in defense against The Chiefs in an AFC Championship match after losing a coin toss and went on to represent the Conference at Super Bowl LVI.

To say the least, it’s definitely a debate worth getting into.


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