Overtime rules stay the same
Overtime rules in the NFL will remain the same! Take that Kansas City! In all seriousness, it is crucial that the overtime rules stayed the same. The overtime in the NFL has its flaws, but it is still the best route we have. The college system has its way of running things, and the NFL should stay the same. It makes things exciting, and it shows that in the playoffs, a great defense is everything. It also indicates owners and teams won’t bend the NFL just off of one situation. Hopefully, it stays this way, and we no longer have overreactions.
Reuben Foster Injury
Reuben Foster was injured in practice last week, and he was a vital part of the Washington Redskins linebacker core. He has off the field issues, but Foster is an immense talent. On the field, he is reliable and a leader. If he continues to be that for the team on the field his off, the field issues will disappear. Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said on Monday, via the Washington Post, “Yeah, we move forward…I think we have a history of having to do that at all positions”. Gruden is right. You move forward. With Foster, it will be different. The Redskins don’t have the talent at the linebacker position to move on. Foster will get a year to learn, rehab, and be a better person. If he takes that head-on, he will be a force in 2020.
Questions to think about during the show
Should the NFL change the overtime rules in the future? Or do you think it should stay the same? Can the Redskins move on from Reuben Foster at the linebacker position?
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