I've said it before and I'll say it again...why in the world would anyone use the "Peyton Manning never touched the ball against the Chargers in the playoffs" argument to help pass this rule change? In that game, the Chargers scored a TD on the opening drive of OT. Under this new rule, that would still end the game, and Peyton still would not have touched the ball in OT. This only prevents a FG on the opening drive of OT from winning the game. A TD on the opening drive is an automatic game-winner.