The NFL's overtime rules are getting a tweak for next year's playoffs.
- On Tuesday, owners voted 29-3 to adopt a rule change that guarantees each team at least one possession in overtime.
- The rule change will only apply to the playoffs, where the team that wins the overtime coin toss is 10-2 since 2010 - including the Chiefs in last season's infamous 42-36 OT win over the Bills, where Josh Allen never got to touch the ball in overtime.
- Do you agree with the rule change? Should it be applied to ALL overtime games, and not just the postseason?
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