BREAKING: NFL Will Not Resume Bills-Bengals Game

During the unprecedented time that is the Damar Hamlin situation, the NFL has chosen to not continue the Bills-Bengals game.

The pivotal Week 17 game was suspended in the first quarter Monday night when Damar Hamlin, now a household name, suffered a cardiac arrest on the field, having to be revived with CPR before being transported to the nearby University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

Shortly after, the league postponed the remainder of the game, which will now not be finished.

The league is exploring ways they can remedy the game not being played, with scenarios include calling the game a tie, calling the game a no contest and using a random number generator to determine seedings, having the AFC Championship game be held at a neutral site if it involve the Bills, Bengals or Chiefs, as well as even expanding to a 8-team playoff.