NFL Changes Playoff OT Rules To Guarantee Each Team At Least One Possession

The NFL’s overtime rules are getting a tweak for next year’s playoffs. On Tuesday, owners voted 29-3 to adopt a rule change that guarantees each team at least one possession in overtime.

The rule change will only apply to the playoffs, where the team that wins the overtime coin toss is 10-2 since 2010 – including the Chiefs in last season’s infamous 42-36 OT win over the Bills, where Josh Allen never got to touch the ball in overtime.

 

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