Uh, guys, welcome back to another video trying to keep up with the pace of things.
And today we have another NFL video, and this one is NFL overtime.
So this is a video I had to do.
I had the idea to do a few months earlier, and I didn't really get the time to do it.
And now I'm coming back to it, and I decided it would be a good day to do it as I thought about it and got some ideas down.
So it's basically you're going to be about what I think NFL overtime should be, because right now I think it's one of the NFL's problems that they're having because they feel like the end.
If I NFL overtime just doesn't make sense right now, I know the number one problem right now is like the officiating and stuff, But this is a problem.
I think that's on the NFL's list.
It's not a huge problem, but it has been a problem in these last few seasons and in the post season, so we should be able to, uh, the NFL should be able to fix this, but this is just some suggestions.
I haven't when I think about the NFL, and also I wanted to let you guys know that I'm gonna try and get some postseason broadcast cell trying to do the world Siris, Nationals and either the Yankees or the Astros.
So hopefully I'll be able to do those.
I'm gonna try and get as many broadcast so as I can, and right now we're sticking with NFL.
But I'll be able to switch to MBA and stuff and do some stuff.
Some predictions soon, but anyway is staying at the NFL.
Here's why the NFL team to their overtime rules Right now.
The current NFL overtime rules are off.
Whoever wins the coin flip gets to choose whether they would like to receive or kick.
Basically, you want to receive because it's the first team that scores a touchdown, has won the game.
You don't even need to cook a national point, However, if the first team that gets the ball kicks a field goal, the other team gets his chance to score a touchdown.
But let's face it, you have one Dr.
You're probably going to score a touchdown, so it seems pretty easy and It's basically a team season coming down to rate coin flip.
And that's what has happened when the Patriots played the chief's recently in the NFC championship and kind of one that when they played the Falcons.
Not not having anything gets the Patriots, of course, because I'm a Patriots fan, but this is a problem that the NFL has had, and it needs to be resolved.
Here's what we can do to help this.
I have two ways that we can fix this one.
Bowl teams get a chance to score whoever wins the coin flip because they're still coin flip.
We'll get the ball unless they wanna kick, they just kick or get the ball.
Well, If you don't get Thio receive the ball first, the other team will get a chance.
You both get an even chance of first team scores a touchdown.
The other team will get a drive to score a touchdown.
And then, if what? The first team scores a field goal.
The second team can score touchdown to win it.
So bold teams, they're getting a drive.
Whoever stole the trips down first is the winner because that would be unfair to the team, gets the ball first and let's see the first team the first.
He doesn't score any points.
All the second team needs to do is even kick a field goal.
If both teams are tied at the end of two drives, it comes down to whoever's of next.
Whatever team is receiving the ball next gets a chance and it's anybody's game from there.
If it's tied or bowl teams failed to score, it doesn't matter.
Whoever scores next is the winner, so it's kind of in a sense going back to what we had originally.
But you're adding and all these other factors in front of it.
So you know both teams will get a chance to score.
So if the quarters over and know if over time is over and nobody s scored, it is a tie, so just like it is right now.
But now both teams were getting a fair chance affair, equal chance to try and score, and the first team and 17 both get a drive.
So that makes a lot more equal.
And let's see if we went back to the NFC championship game.
If it was like that, then the Patrick malls and the Chiefs would get a chance to come right back and they could see that they could do to beat the Patriots.
Let's see if the Patriots and the family is the same thing.
Matt Ryan could've came right back.
If this was the thing, it's being unfair the way it is now because, as again, it's coming down to a few people.
So this excuse me, not feel gold coin flip it.
Don't know how I got that next up is basically just coming down to whoever wins that conflict.
Obvious is gonna receive the ball, and obviously, most likely is going to score the touchdown.
So instead, as a set, I'm proposing Planet, which bowl teams will get a drive and both teams can get a chance to score.
Now, let's say that both teams did not score it all again.
That is, Ah, it makes the ground game right up for grabs again.
If both teams had gotten a few goal, then it makes it up for grabs again.
If the first team gets field goal in the second team that I guess the ball scores a touchdown, they win, so basically it's kind of like a fair chance.
It's not like, Oh, you easily want to get the ball second because you can win.
You can hold off the opponent and then win with a game winning drive.
But then let's say the opponent scores first and then use for then the next person that gets the ball obviously, is the other team, so and they can just score wins.
So but there's also There's also some strategy, because if you wanted to get the ball first, then that changes because if you don't score the other team, all they have to do is take a fuel.
So it's strategy in between what you're thinking, and it really comes down to management decisions and stuff like that.
So this is something that really the NFL should consider.
And even an idea like this makes a lot of sense anything they can do to change.
My second idea is that we just could treat this like another quarter.
We could just treat it as 1/5 quarter and at the end of the quarter, whoever has is winning or whoever score more has won the game.
And if neither team scores a tie It's kind of like what we have in basketball now in the n b A.
If it goes into overtime, of course, want to who scores first, please, That would be too easy, but it's the same thing with NFL.
Bolton's would get a chance.
Shawn's their quarter to five minutes instead of 12 minutes for that.
Over time, the NFL could do the same.
Here's what they would have to consider though one team if they showed in the quarter if one team took up a lot of time on the clock and then the quarter overtime should just keep going.
Uh, this is something that I think makes a lot of sense because then you have overto overtime.
Just keep going.
Let's say they had the quarter at short to seven minutes or something, and one team took up six minutes on.
Let's say the other team is like, Well, I have to get a desperation drive Mount Field know If hit 000 on the clock, you be we would go and continue right on to the next.
Over time, it wouldn't be a tie, however, the only reason how it would be a ties.
If both teams had already gotten a chance to score, That's the only reason how could result in a tie.
So it's kind of a little bit of strategy there as well.
Those are two plans that really the NFL should consider.
I feel like right now we're doing isn't fair to the second team who gets the ball and to close these plans.
This really could changed how the NFL would look at their overtime and how teams will get a chance.
And how going into overtime would be a lot more interesting.
Because if you're tied 33 let's say with a couple of minutes left in the fourth quarter, things change the way you look at the change.
Now the overtime is just kind of like another quarter.
You're not like, Oh, I can't risk uh, over time for so everyone's that point.
Flip is getting the ball first, almost like they're gonna sport know.
This brings something into the bonnet, something into the game and the game of football.
And I think it makes it a lot more interesting for fans and stuff because it's kind of like, uh, nail biting to see your team go downfield and all the other team gets a chance to score on.
You have to hold them down or whatever.
I feel like right now, you're kind of like the fans are just sitting and like Oh, my team didn't get them all.
Now they gotta hold off.
There's no way we're gonna do this.
This makes it a lot interesting, and it gives the NFL overtime in the level of strategy, strategy, strategy, and it makes everything seem a lot more interesting.
This is something that the NFL should really again consider, and it would make sense and I'll go over it again.
The first proposal is that both teams will get a chance to score, and whoever wins the coin flip decides if they want the ball first or second.
If the first team, the first team, will get a drive.
If they score, the other team will get a chance.
If they kick a field goal, the other team commune with the touchdown, or if they fail to score as well.
If the first team scores with second team doesn't on the team feels the second fails to score, then the first team would win So it kind of makes sense in what I'm saying here, because both teams were getting even chance either way.
And it makes a lot more interesting and again for the other plan we're treating as an extra quarter, just like basketball.
That could be another idea.
And there are many other ideas out there, too.
Uh, for example, you could say that you could just again without even shining, just treated like another quarter or anything else, even if you wanted to make it so, uh, both teams get to drives or whatever, or you could do like college football.
There's not even a kickoff, and they just started to 20 or 25.
Anything they really can do to make it so it's more fair feel like it's kind of like baseball.
What they have that seems fair.
NFL is the only sport which over time just doesn't make sense for baseball's extra innings.
Both teams are getting a chance.
For best of all, it's five minutes.
Both teams are getting a chance to score for hockey.
It's the first cool, but both teams it's not as popular to just go downfield and score drugs down.
It's much harder to store gold mine.
And it's not just like whoever gets the puck first is gonna win.
So it kind of makes sense to say that that makes sense to and then even all the other sports to It just makes more sense to make it so bold.
Teams, airfare And again, This is not a number one priority for this NFL.
It's the officiating, which maybe we could get a video on on the NFL officiating and stuff.
But right now, this is a problem that the NFL is facing.
So I hope you enjoy this broadcast, Uh, and make sure you stick around for the next ones I do.
Coming up this week should be a little bit busy weeks continuing, so hopefully I can get us many broadcasts.
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