Vic Carucci's take:
I'm all for changing the rules of overtime to help minimize the impact of the luck of a coin toss on the outcome. You win the toss, you win the game ... or so it seems.
It shouldn't be that easy.
Steve Wyche's take:
To the chagrin of Donovan McNabb, changing the rules of overtime is something that really doesn't need to be done at this point.
There is a legitimate argument -- and one that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made at a news conference today -- that the team that wins the coin toss increasingly scores right away and wins. Does the coin toss create a competitive advantage/disadvantage? Maybe.
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I'd like to see them play for 1 qtr and the team that is leading wins. If no team is leading, it's a tie. What's the big deal and why make it more complicated?