One of the more debated topics here in the past has been overtime rules. And one of those rules was going to change; most notably the rule that unless you score a touchdown on the opening overtime possession, both teams would get a chance to handle the football. However, that's only for the playoffs. This week's owners meetings would, if they tabled it, adapt the same rule during the regular season.
Questions of the Day: Do you think that the NFL should change overtime rules to include at least one possession (via offense, or returns) during the regular season? Or should the NFL leave the overtime changes for the postseason? What's your overall thought about the NFL overtime rules?