Originally Posted by steelbloodUnless the team that receives the ball scores a TD. Then, it is over. I don't think teams will want to allow that to happen. Most teams will receive.Originally Posted by Doogie36What we are failing to see is this:
The winner of the coin toss will still win the majority of the games even in overtime. If the Steelers win the toss what will they do??? They along with the majority of the teams, even the COLTS will KICK OFF. They will elect to KICKOFF or if its EXTREMELY WINDY they will elect to TAKE SIDE!!!!!!!!!
Getting the ball 2nd will tell them exactly what they need to do to win the game. All 4 downs can be used vice only 3 for the team getting the ball first. So once again its an unfair advantage to the team winning the coin toss........Doesnt matter what they do to change overtime its always going to be determined by the flip of the coin.