2017 NFL Thread - Become a Chiefs Fan! (Or Don't)

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vinsanity wrote:As a Colts fan; ouch.
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Anyone see this? https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/nf ... li=BBnb7Kz
Consider this scenario: Team A receives the overtime kickoff, marches down the field and kicks a field goal. On its ensuing possession, Team B throws an interception. But the player on Team A fumbles the ball, and a player on Team B scoops it up and runs for a touchdown. Who wins the game?

Under current NFL rules, Team A would win the game because Team B’s possession ended the instant a player on Team A intercepted Team B’s pass. Anything after the interception — including the fumble and the recovery and the touchdown — wouldn’t count. But under a proposed rules change, Team B would win the game because the new rule would allow the play to continue under normal rules.
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