NFL Playoff Overtime Rules Adopted for Regular Season by Owners
The National Football League adopted overtime rules that increase the chance of both teams playing offense by requiring the first team with the ball to score a touchdown to win the game immediately.
Owners also voted to require replay review of turnovers, eliminating the need for coaches to challenge on-field calls. Scoring plays are already reviewed automatically.
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