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Should overtime games be decided by the toss of a coin?
We all have seen it. Our team goes into OT,and the coin toss.Usually the team winning the toss will win the game with a field goal.
   Do you think overtime games should be played by the toss of a coin or by a specified time period?
| Closed on 02/24/10 at 05:00PM
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30%a. Yes-coin toss
48%b. No- specified time period
22%c. other

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#15 | 1681 days ago

Why not just do a jump ball like in basketball's OT?  Then everyone just runs into each other, trying to get the ball while it's landing.  I'm not sure what happens after that, but so far it looks really, really cool in my head.
Yes-coin toss  
  
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#1 | 1682 days ago

i think ot should be like basketball and have say a 10 minute time period...
No- specified time period  
#2 | 1682 days ago

Onegoodredhead2 wrote:
i think ot should be like basketball and have say a 10 minute time period...
i agree
Yes-coin toss  
#3 | 1682 days ago

I think that if one team gets the ball and scores, the other team should AT LEAST get the ball...if they DON'T score, then the game is over.  If the team that wins the toss does NOT score on their first drive, then it becomes sudden death.  I don't particularly care for the college OT, though it is exciting...it blows the score out of proportion.  The game could wind up at 10-10 for regulation, and a final of 52-45 with OT.
other  
#4 | 1682 days ago

yeah... OT should be like basketball... just add another quarter and whoever scores the most wins... but if by the end of the 5th quarter and its still a tie then do the OT like how the NFL is doing it now...
WHOEVER AGREES WITH THIS COIN TOSS WINNING THE GAME IS A DUMB F****...
other  
#5 | 1681 days ago
vindog (+)

Just like college except that each team starts with the ball at their own 40 yard line......
No- specified time period  
#6 | 1681 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

 I could go with a specified time period. But I'm fine with the coin-toss, sudden-death method. The fact is, an NFL defense should stand at least a 50/50 chance of stopping the team that won the toss and getting the ball back for their offense. Or they can create a turnover, and possibly even score the winning TD on such, as the Cardinals did against the Packers. I don't think the advantage granted to the team that wins the toss is great enough to be called unfair.
Yes-coin toss  
#7 | 1681 days ago

I think a hybrid of what college does and what NFL does would be best. Coin toss to see who gets the ball first, designated time period, but I don't like them having a specific spot to start the ball.

Coin toss, kickoff (people don't put enough emphasis on field position, IMO), play for another full quarter in the regular season, and if they are still tied after the OT quarter of course call it a tie. In the playoffs, maybe have a sudden death overtime after the end of the OT quarter if it's still all tied up.

Or here's an interesting idea...have a "shoot out" with the kickers if they're still tied at the end of another full quarter. Start them with a 35yd FG attempt and move them back 5 yards every time they make a FG. The first one to miss a distance that the other kicker makes, loses. (Hey it sounded fun in my head).
other  
#8 | 1681 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

 I was actually thinking of the "shootout" idea as well-- let's see, that would be a 52-yard attempt from the 35, followed by 57, then 62... yeah, that should be over pretty quick. 
Yes-coin toss  
#9 | 1681 days ago

Jess wrote:
I think a hybrid of what college does and what NFL does would be best. Coin toss to see who gets the ball first, designated time period, but I don't like them having a specific spot to start the ball.

Coin toss, kickoff (people don't put enough emphasis on field position, IMO), play for another full quarter in the regular season, and if they are still tied after the OT quarter of course call it a tie. In the playoffs, maybe have a sudden death overtime after the end of the OT quarter if it's still all tied up.

Or here's an interesting idea...have a "shoot out" with the kickers if they're still tied at the end of another full quarter. Start them with a 35yd FG attempt and move them back 5 yards every time they make a FG. The first one to miss a distance that the other kicker makes, loses. (Hey it sounded fun in my head).
dollar bills will blow away
No- specified time period  
#10 | 1681 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
 I was actually thinking of the "shootout" idea as well-- let's see, that would be a 52-yard attempt from the 35, followed by 57, then 62... yeah, that should be over pretty quick. 
Oh no I wasn't thinking of starting them on the 35yd line...I was thinking a 35yrd attempt and then 5yds back each time they make it
other  
#11 | 1681 days ago

 5 minutes each way. Because in American sports that really translates into 20minutes more. In rugby, if playing the knockout stages of the Rugby Union World Cup, two 10 minute periods of extra time are played. If there is still no winner, a 10 minute period of sudden death is played where any score wins the game. Should the result still be tied a place-kicking competition is held where 5 players from each side take one kick each from any on the 22 metre line (usually straight in front of the posts). In NFL you'd have a specialist kicker - but rugby would pick any player they think is good at kicking (Source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tie_(draw))
No- specified time period  
#12 | 1681 days ago
abrusky (+)

bigbueh64 wrote:
dollar bills will blow away
THEY DO MAKE DOLLAR COINS NOW
#13 | 1681 days ago
abrusky (+)

icfeet wrote:
I think that if one team gets the ball and scores, the other team should AT LEAST get the ball...if they DON'T score, then the game is over.  If the team that wins the toss does NOT score on their first drive, then it becomes sudden death.  I don't particularly care for the college OT, though it is exciting...it blows the score out of proportion.  The game could wind up at 10-10 for regulation, and a final of 52-45 with OT.
I THINK HAVING A COIN TOSS IS A GOOD IDEA AND HAVING THE HOME TEAM DECIDE IF THEY WANT TO PUNT OR RECEIVE AND GO THE FULL QUARTER ESPECIALLY WHEN COMES TO A PLAYOFF GAME AS GOOD AS THE ONE BETWEEN THE SAINTS AND JETS WAS. IT WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN FAIR TO LET IT GO TO WHO EVER SCORES FIRST WINS. NOT IN PRO SPORTS......
#14 | 1681 days ago

i've always disagreed with the sudden death overtime. It should be more like basketball, maybe 7 or 8 minutes though. I thought about the baseball rules but then there would be a lot more triple OT's in football.
No- specified time period  
#15 | 1681 days ago

Why not just do a jump ball like in basketball's OT?  Then everyone just runs into each other, trying to get the ball while it's landing.  I'm not sure what happens after that, but so far it looks really, really cool in my head.
Yes-coin toss  
#16 | 1681 days ago

Jess wrote:
Oh no I wasn't thinking of starting them on the 35yd line...I was thinking a 35yrd attempt and then 5yds back each time they make it
no they shouldnt its messed up
#17 | 1681 days ago

qtowndogg wrote:
Why not just do a jump ball like in basketball's OT?  Then everyone just runs into each other, trying to get the ball while it's landing.  I'm not sure what happens after that, but so far it looks really, really cool in my head.
That is THE BEST idea i have heard this year!!! The visual is awesome.
No- specified time period  
#18 | 1681 days ago

If you don't want your fate decided by a coin flip, take control of your destiny and win the game in regulation time.
Yes-coin toss  
#19 | 1681 days ago

Jess wrote:
I think a hybrid of what college does and what NFL does would be best. Coin toss to see who gets the ball first, designated time period, but I don't like them having a specific spot to start the ball.

Coin toss, kickoff (people don't put enough emphasis on field position, IMO), play for another full quarter in the regular season, and if they are still tied after the OT quarter of course call it a tie. In the playoffs, maybe have a sudden death overtime after the end of the OT quarter if it's still all tied up.

Or here's an interesting idea...have a "shoot out" with the kickers if they're still tied at the end of another full quarter. Start them with a 35yd FG attempt and move them back 5 yards every time they make a FG. The first one to miss a distance that the other kicker makes, loses. (Hey it sounded fun in my head).
defenitely will effect the health
#20 | 1681 days ago

Jess wrote:
Oh no I wasn't thinking of starting them on the 35yd line...I was thinking a 35yrd attempt and then 5yds back each time they make it
no i think the game is exciting when they put it on overtime and still go to pannelty that is the most owsome part of the games.
#21 | 1681 days ago

The first team to score 7 points in overtime should be the winner of a tie game.
#22 | 1681 days ago

ManningsOffense wrote:
i agree
you should have said no if you agreed with me,,no= you agree there should be a set time played....not a coin toss:)
No- specified time period  
#23 | 1681 days ago

abrusky wrote:
I THINK HAVING A COIN TOSS IS A GOOD IDEA AND HAVING THE HOME TEAM DECIDE IF THEY WANT TO PUNT OR RECEIVE AND GO THE FULL QUARTER ESPECIALLY WHEN COMES TO A PLAYOFF GAME AS GOOD AS THE ONE BETWEEN THE SAINTS AND JETS WAS. IT WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN FAIR TO LET IT GO TO WHO EVER SCORES FIRST WINS. NOT IN PRO SPORTS......
do you mean saints and vikes?
No- specified time period  
#24 | 1681 days ago

spinalzo wrote:
If you don't want your fate decided by a coin flip, take control of your destiny and win the game in regulation time.
control yur destiny.......interesting.......if maybe we were talking enlightment...we are talking football here!
No- specified time period  
#25 | 1681 days ago

Jess wrote:
Oh no I wasn't thinking of starting them on the 35yd line...I was thinking a 35yrd attempt and then 5yds back each time they make it
I think Jess is talking about football not hockey. No, Jess, I don't agree. I am not a big football fan, but the ending of a tie game should not ride on the foot of the field goal kicker. The whole team played the game. Let them finish it.
#26 | 1681 days ago

softballscout wrote:
I think Jess is talking about football not hockey. No, Jess, I don't agree. I am not a big football fan, but the ending of a tie game should not ride on the foot of the field goal kicker. The whole team played the game. Let them finish it.
Oh I was just being silly anyway. But if you think about it, 9 times out of 10 the kicker finishes it in overtime anyway when it comes right down to it.
other  
#27 | 1681 days ago

How about keep the coin toss but no field goals?
other  
#28 | 1681 days ago

Jess wrote:
Oh no I wasn't thinking of starting them on the 35yd line...I was thinking a 35yrd attempt and then 5yds back each time they make it
hi jess
how are you whats going on yrs day so can i play with u any game. if u like play with me pls leave me camment ............
#29 | 1681 days ago
Bannygirl (+)

Jess wrote:
I think a hybrid of what college does and what NFL does would be best. Coin toss to see who gets the ball first, designated time period, but I don't like them having a specific spot to start the ball.

Coin toss, kickoff (people don't put enough emphasis on field position, IMO), play for another full quarter in the regular season, and if they are still tied after the OT quarter of course call it a tie. In the playoffs, maybe have a sudden death overtime after the end of the OT quarter if it's still all tied up.

Or here's an interesting idea...have a "shoot out" with the kickers if they're still tied at the end of another full quarter. Start them with a 35yd FG attempt and move them back 5 yards every time they make a FG. The first one to miss a distance that the other kicker makes, loses. (Hey it sounded fun in my head).
I totally agree.  That would probably be the best way to go.
#30 | 1681 days ago

heckler wrote:
How about keep the coin toss but no field goals?
I think I like this idea most of all
other  
#31 | 1681 days ago

Jess wrote:
I think I like this idea most of all
I think it should be a rugby match to see who can get the ball to the end zone. toss the ball up in the air and let them go...kinda like hockey and basketball
#32 | 1679 days ago

Bannygirl wrote:
I totally agree.  That would probably be the best way to go.
good
#33 | 1678 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
 I could go with a specified time period. But I'm fine with the coin-toss, sudden-death method. The fact is, an NFL defense should stand at least a 50/50 chance of stopping the team that won the toss and getting the ball back for their offense. Or they can create a turnover, and possibly even score the winning TD on such, as the Cardinals did against the Packers. I don't think the advantage granted to the team that wins the toss is great enough to be called unfair.

NFL defenses may stand a 50/50 shot at stopping an offense, but since the offense is the one that scores the points, shouldn't both teams have the opportunity to score in OT?  If they're tied going into OT, why should one team have the opportunity to win on the first try and not give the other team the same fighting chance?


Like many have stated above, I would rather see an extra quarter played.  Do it like college football, but make the teams kickoff to start the extra quarter and after scoring.  The way it is right now, anyone with a kicker not named Vanderjagt could easily win the game if they win the coin toss.

No- specified time period  
#34 | 1678 days ago

 What they should do is give each team a possesion. Whoever has a higher score after each team has a possesion is the winner. If both get a touchdown or field goal, they restart. Saftety is automatic win. Although there are a few things needed to sort out, each team must get at least one possession and a chance. If it's tied after an amount of time (15 minutes), it's a tie.
other  
#35 | 1678 days ago

icfeet wrote:
I think that if one team gets the ball and scores, the other team should AT LEAST get the ball...if they DON'T score, then the game is over.  If the team that wins the toss does NOT score on their first drive, then it becomes sudden death.  I don't particularly care for the college OT, though it is exciting...it blows the score out of proportion.  The game could wind up at 10-10 for regulation, and a final of 52-45 with OT.
I agree now wish I could change my answer
#36 | 1678 days ago

no
#37 | 1677 days ago
denver_broncos_8869 (+)

they should just do a sudden death over time thing. where the first one scores in over time wins
other  
#38 | 1677 days ago

Bannygirl wrote:
I totally agree.  That would probably be the best way to go.
yes coin toss like beginning of game and play another 10-15 minute
No- specified time period  
#39 | 1677 days ago

Jess wrote:
I think a hybrid of what college does and what NFL does would be best. Coin toss to see who gets the ball first, designated time period, but I don't like them having a specific spot to start the ball.

Coin toss, kickoff (people don't put enough emphasis on field position, IMO), play for another full quarter in the regular season, and if they are still tied after the OT quarter of course call it a tie. In the playoffs, maybe have a sudden death overtime after the end of the OT quarter if it's still all tied up.

Or here's an interesting idea...have a "shoot out" with the kickers if they're still tied at the end of another full quarter. Start them with a 35yd FG attempt and move them back 5 yards every time they make a FG. The first one to miss a distance that the other kicker makes, loses. (Hey it sounded fun in my head).
I like your idea of the shoot-off.
I have a different take on it though. At the end of regulation, have the kickers start at the 30 yard line and make the field goal. No preassure from the defence. Everytime they make one, they move back 10 yards. They keep going until they miss for up to 3 attempts. When those attempts are done and if the score is still tied, then the teams play another 15 minutes, with sudden death rules. Keep the coin toss to see who gets possession of the ball, but the team that wins the toss, they have to start on their own 20 yard line. At the end of that time, for regular season, the game is tied, but for post season, another shoot-off and then another 15 minutes of sudden death until there is a winner.
other  
#40 | 1677 days ago

Having a jump ball and everyone running into each other to get the ball. It might look cool in your head, but what about all the injuries that it could cause to the players? Football is already a phyiscal sport that can cause injuries on it's own. Now you want to add to that factor? No one likes to see players get hurt, even if they are against your favorite team. In my opinion, this is the worst idea possible.
other  
#41 | 1677 days ago

if this hadn't happened to brett favre and peyton manning, would we be having this discussion?
Yes-coin toss  
#42 | 1676 days ago

the nfl has had to many rule changes..
 next the'll dress in ballerina outfits.
 the game works
No- specified time period  
#43 | 1676 days ago

spinalzo wrote:
If you don't want your fate decided by a coin flip, take control of your destiny and win the game in regulation time.
Thats the way it should be 
Yes-coin toss  
#44 | 1676 days ago

The only thing I would change is that the HOME team should get to call the coin toss in overtime, not the visiting team. That would be part of the home field advantage. In fact, I think the home team should get to call the coin toss at the beginning of the game as well. I do agree that each team should get at least one possession and then after that happens, it becomes "sudden death." If I were to equate it to baseball, for example, say the Red Sox and Yankees playing in Yankee Stadium and Dustin Pedroia hits a leadoff home run in the 10th inning.......ballgame over and the Yankees didn't get to bat, even though they're the home team.
#45 | 1676 days ago

ChargerJim wrote:
The only thing I would change is that the HOME team should get to call the coin toss in overtime, not the visiting team. That would be part of the home field advantage. In fact, I think the home team should get to call the coin toss at the beginning of the game as well. I do agree that each team should get at least one possession and then after that happens, it becomes "sudden death." If I were to equate it to baseball, for example, say the Red Sox and Yankees playing in Yankee Stadium and Dustin Pedroia hits a leadoff home run in the 10th inning.......ballgame over and the Yankees didn't get to bat, even though they're the home team.
uhh..... I don't get it.
why are we talking about baseball? I thought we were talking about  the NFL.
Anyway, back to the point- The coin toss is plain stupid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If we got rid of it and had a "5Th" Qtr with no field goals, then whoever had the ball in the 4th would keep it and it would be played like a normal  football game!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! From the 4th on it would be interesting.
No- specified time period  
#46 | 1676 days ago
vindog (+)

twins_10m wrote:
uhh..... I don't get it.
why are we talking about baseball? I thought we were talking about  the NFL.
Anyway, back to the point- The coin toss is plain stupid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If we got rid of it and had a "5Th" Qtr with no field goals, then whoever had the ball in the 4th would keep it and it would be played like a normal  football game!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! From the 4th on it would be interesting.
Good point, but what do you do in games where NO Touchdowns have been scored during the entire regulation periods?  We have seen MANY games that ended with scores like 9-6 in the last few years. So if you don't allow Field Goals- then what? Do they play into the next week?
No- specified time period  
#47 | 1676 days ago

Would like to see it be like in college......do the usual kick-offs though, but let each team have a chance.  And in reg-season let em play up to only 2 extra 15 min periods...after than no winner,oh well. 

And if 1 team scores a touchdown...then when the other gets the ball they have to score a touchdown or its over.
other  
#48 | 1676 days ago

Onegoodredhead2 wrote:
i think ot should be like basketball and have say a 10 minute time period...
I agreee...or, I also think that it should be judged by touchdowns and not allow field goals as the game winner, it's too easy. Put a time limit with no field goals and do not allow onside kicking,and possibly, no challenges and no timeouts unless it is for injuries
other  
#49 | 1676 days ago

vindog wrote:
Good point, but what do you do in games where NO Touchdowns have been scored during the entire regulation periods?  We have seen MANY games that ended with scores like 9-6 in the last few years. So if you don't allow Field Goals- then what? Do they play into the next week?
yes, maybe then...... still, I don't know about the coin toss.
No- specified time period  
#50 | 1676 days ago
vindog (+)

The best idea I've heard so far is making them play another quarter or a certain time limit like 10 minutes. That by all means would be alot more fair than a coin toss. And if the game ends in a tie after the designated overtime period- then it's called a tie- period!  Except in the playoffs- then another "quarter" will be played and so on!
No- specified time period  
#51 | 1676 days ago

(Edited by NawlinsBaby)
i dont really care! it just depends who is playin! take the saints and the vikings. If the vikings had won the toss up i would have thought that it was totaly unfair! But they didnt, the saints did and they won! and for one cried happy tears. 43 years, took long enough!
Yes-coin toss  
#52 | 1676 days ago

It still decides the beginning of every football game, If the NFL found a better way they would have adopted it by now. Kind of liked the old XFL's's way of seeing who gets the ball. A player from each team on the goal line and who ever gets the ball on the 50 yard line and recovers or secures it I should say gets choice. There was also a no penalty rule this football frenzy. Now that was fun and exciting. If you weren't as fast you could push the guy past the football. Maybe try to in hopes of recovering  tripping? Was OK but had to be the faster to be able to do that one two. Won't happen, but was fun and exciting and set the tone for the game. Now that was gimme DA ball. I'm afraid the only realistic replacement would be rock, paper, scissors. Which isn't realistically gonna happen either. Gotta win the game and earn the win in regulation or suffer the coin toss results with a regulation dead lock. Doesn't sound so bad when you look at it like that does it?
#53 | 1676 days ago

kentuckycolonel wrote:
if this hadn't happened to brett favre and peyton manning, would we be having this discussion?
i thnk we may not have been having it now....(and it didnt happen to peyton manning)...but it certainly IS a topic that needs to be discussd and looked into..if we are going to have officiating that can and has changed outcomes of games then this issue certainly needs to be looked at......you can not have 4 quaters play and come down to a coin toss.....its not fair to the players
No- specified time period  
#54 | 1675 days ago

The team who had more yardage (or fewer penalties) should get possession of the ball.
other  
#55 | 1675 days ago
markayg (+)

Its simple! touchdown only. Dude if your team loses the coin flip and gives up a touchdown then your team deserves to lose the game
#56 | 1675 days ago
markayg (+)

Its simple! touchdown only. Dude if your team loses the coin flip and gives up a touchdown then your team deserves to lose the game
#57 | 1675 days ago

I think each team should have 3 possessions, no time outs, no clock.  In the regular season - it ends there.  In post season - another set of possessions for each team until someone wins
No- specified time period  
#58 | 1675 days ago

Jess wrote:
I think a hybrid of what college does and what NFL does would be best. Coin toss to see who gets the ball first, designated time period, but I don't like them having a specific spot to start the ball.

Coin toss, kickoff (people don't put enough emphasis on field position, IMO), play for another full quarter in the regular season, and if they are still tied after the OT quarter of course call it a tie. In the playoffs, maybe have a sudden death overtime after the end of the OT quarter if it's still all tied up.

Or here's an interesting idea...have a "shoot out" with the kickers if they're still tied at the end of another full quarter. Start them with a 35yd FG attempt and move them back 5 yards every time they make a FG. The first one to miss a distance that the other kicker makes, loses. (Hey it sounded fun in my head).
I like the FG Idea.....
#59 | 1675 days ago

i think that a coin toss is a good idea.
Yes-coin toss  
#60 | 1675 days ago

Specified time period sounds good to me and whoever is ahead at the end of that quarter wins.  Forget the coin toss to determine possession.  Just keep alternating as if a new half started.  Each team gets possession to start a half of each game, so just act like it's the start of a new half therefore the team that had possession of the ball at the start of the game gets the ball.  Have a limit on the number of extra quarters played though.  If at the end of the overtime period(s), there is still a tie, the game can either be considered a tie (except for playoffs) or decided by a shoot out.   
No- specified time period  
#61 | 1674 days ago
reediculas (+)

spinalzo wrote:
If you don't want your fate decided by a coin flip, take control of your destiny and win the game in regulation time.
 i agree with this one.... if you cant out score the competition then you should be made to put it all on a coin......
Yes-coin toss  
#62 | 1670 days ago
abrusky (+)

Onegoodredhead2 wrote:
do you mean saints and vikes?
yes i did mean the saints and vikes, thank you for pointing that out to me
#63 | 1661 days ago

NO
#64 | 1661 days ago

Play the game to win, And the coin toss you have a 50/50 chance
 and then even if it is just a field goal that's all that it takes.
So if you lose the coin toss your defense better be at it's best.
Yes-coin toss  
#65 | 1661 days ago

abrusky wrote:
yes i did mean the saints and vikes, thank you for pointing that out to me
:) any time...
No- specified time period  
#66 | 1661 days ago

abrusky wrote:
yes i did mean the saints and vikes, thank you for pointing that out to me
:) any time...
No- specified time period  
#67 | 1661 days ago

Jess wrote:
Oh I was just being silly anyway. But if you think about it, 9 times out of 10 the kicker finishes it in overtime anyway when it comes right down to it.
thats exactly why i think a set time frame should be implemented...if you win the coin toss you win the game and that shouldnt be the way it ends...set a 10-15 min period for OT and let them play football
No- specified time period  
#68 | 1653 days ago

 home team should decide whether to recieve or defer
other  

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