BREAKING: New NFL Rule Allows Both Teams A Guaranteed Possession In Overtime Of Playoff Games

Bills fans punching the air right now…

Last postseasons’ Chiefs-Bills playoff divisional round playoff game was arguably the greatest playoff game in the history of the league, and yet many argue it was decided with a coin toss.

The previous NFL overtime rules allowed a game to be won by a touchdown on the opening possession of overtime, disallowing a chance for Allen and the Bills offense, who had seemingly scored on every single possession prior.

Early in the offseason, the Tennessee Titans proposed a rule changes that would allow both teams to have an opportunity to have an offensive possession, which was voted on by all 32 NFL owners at the annual owners meetings in Palm Beach, FL.


The owners approved the rule for the postseason, which will be into place for this upcoming season.