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  • Thursday night game."First of NBA Live Coins all, the number of plays that these guys play, then take that to the next week, is really a competitive disadvantage,” Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said in March. “Guys get worn out. It's hard to recover from one week to the next.” Still, it’s unlikely to have a significant impact. If the NFL really wanted to make the game safer, it’d get rid of


    Thursday Night Madden NFL and give players some more time to NFL 18 Coins recover the week before.Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin supported the rule change at the last owners meeting.“So obviously we want to have clarity in terms of the victor, but if we can reduce that amount of time and get out of the stadium, and doing so with fewer snaps, I think that is beneficial to both teams, regardless of outcome.”


    However, ESPN research projected that shorter overtime would only cut down on the number of plays by .06 percent next season.Will this mean more ties in the NFL?That question is up for debate.Texans head coach Bill O’Brien doesn’t see it happening. He thinks teams will be more aggressive in overtime now.“You may see more risk taking, maybe an onside kick to gain possession because you know you don't have as much time,”


     O’Brien said. Based on recent history, the rule change would only apply to a small number of games. Less than 2 percent of all regular season games over the past five seasons have had an overtime period of longer than 10 minutes, accounting for 26.5 percent of all overtimes during that time. Last year, two games ended in ties. The Cardinals and Seahawks played to a 6-6 tie in Week 7, and the Bengals and Washington drew, 27-27, in London.