Last night the Indianapolis Colts took the home team San Diego Chargers to overtime where they lost the coin flip and consequently the game. Controversy? I had no idea there was such much fervor over the NFL's overtime rules.
It seems there is an argument that the NFL should do away with Sudden Death overtime and institute a model similar to the college game by allowing both teams an opportunity to possess the ball.
Are the current overtime rules unfair? If you'd change it, how?
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