Eliminate NFL Overtime, Except In Playoffs

March 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I have never heard so many snivelers as I have heard talking about the potential change to the NFL's overtime rule.
Would Vince Lombardi have ever favored the "do-overs," as Carl Banks calls overtime, that the NFL now allows?
Only in the playoffs is sudden death an obvious necessity, for not getting the job done.
In regular season, overtime is a namby-pamby excuse for mediocre play, and this generation's need for "do-overs."
Overtime in regular season is like taking a test over because you got a "C," rather than an "A."
It's like having a teacher who believes that "everyone is a winner" and that no one should lose.
It's like your school eliminating dodge ball because one kid's mommy complained that Bowser got smacked in the face, and that's sooo unfair.
Poor babies, but that's what we get for inventing "rewind" on VCRs.
I pity our great unrepresentative democracy that more people are not as astute as I.

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