Last Tuesday, NFL leaders gathered in Orlando to visit Mickey, get Goofy, check out the world renowned Central Florida Packer Backers headquarters and then try to come up with a few new rules for the next season before calling it a day and heading to Rachel’s for happy hour.
Here’s a nice vintage photograph of the Chicago Bears kicking the winning field goal which gave them a 9-0 win over the Portsmouth Prostheses to win the 1932 NFL Championship.
Here’s a look at the new “Vikings Want a Second Chance in Overtime” rule which will take effect later this season:
"In all post-season games, if a team wins the coin toss in overtime and then kicks a field goal, the other team also gets a chance to score with the ball... but if that next series ends with another field goal, play will continue under the current sudden-death rules. But the first touchdown or safety in overtime will still win the game. Finally, in all post-season sudden-death games, someone on the losing team actually has to die.”