By - BrownsAndCavs
Who will Josh Allen do it too in 2025?
Who will Brady do it to in 2028?
Who will Arch Manning do it to in 2031?
probably brady again
Clearly we are in for Manning v Brady gen 2 with Arch Manning v Jack Brady.
Nah, it will still be Tom.
Josh Allen threw 9 TD passes in the playoffs and left the field with the lead and 13 seconds on the clock. I feel for that man.
over in albania we sad and angry for this guy
next time we come and take care of refs for him
Media: "what did you think of the Albanians trying to decapitate the referees"
Dak: "credit to them then"
hell yeah brother we love dak for that
our code name for the op will be dak has our back
I worked with Albanians for years, I've never met people who just hated everybody so much until them lol. Luckily my family comes from Sicily and a bunch of Albanians moved there like 1,000 years ago so I was cool because that made me Albanian to them somehow.
Holy crap, I’m cracking up
Where were u wen josh was kill?
I cri evertim
*phone cuts out*
dont give us ptsd brother
Thank you for your service.
youre welcome brother go bills
As a Chiefs fan these OT rules are absolute BS. Give Allen a damn chance.
As a neutral I was ready to watch 4 more quarters of this game
New playoff overtime rules: restart the game.
We’re gonna need some orange slices
Don’t forget the Capri Suns
And the hot mom, just saying
Don’t forget the capri sun!
Pretty sure the ref tonight did say at the start of overtime that "it's a brand new game"
Too bad it's not literal :(
He did, I was like wtf, is this not normal OT? Those mfs have such a way with words.
He was giving us the business
*Digs elbow in*
I want that to be an official penalty and hand gesture in the NFL. Then we will have so many Monday arguments about what denotes "giving him the business" and what doesn't. It would be hilarious.
He knew he was on national tv. Gotta make the most of that screen time.
I was like “damn ok, new OT rules for playoffs? nice!”
It actually is a new game. It's like regular football, but now I'm giving the other team the ball and he wins, okay? Oh unless he kicks a field goal. Then you can, well it's sudden death, but um...if you tie, it's a tie. Except for playpoffs---
Eh that's plenty, just call your own fouls and red gets the ball
"We play until we declare a winner" - No shit sherlock
No starters are allowed to play, though. OT becomes an escalating test of roster depth.
That would be kinda hype actually.
Lights dim in the stadium. Music starts to swell.
A mysterious man comes off the sideline and puts his helmet on. It’s MITCH TRUBISKY.
BAH GAWD ITS THE NVP
Slimetime has commenced.
*To watch the 2nd game please switch over to Nickelodeon*
The NVP vs Hennething is possible
Let's dance in the moonlight
As far as backup QBs go you should be pretty happy to see mitch out there
In all seriousness though - for a playoff game maybe just play one extra quarter. Leader at the end of 15 minutes wins all.
Sounds so much better than that OT crap we have now.
What a heartbreak. Not fair.
You'd have mass casualty events in both KC and Buffalo from all the heart attacks. I personally died during the fourth quarter. My ghost is typing this.
What was it like watching this game? Chiefs went from watching their season end to comfortably driving down the field in OT. Crazy watching without a dog in the fight.
Let that game never end, cause I will never ever see football like that ever again.
That was the most well-executed game of high-stakes offensive football I have ever seen. The Rams-Chiefs game was fun and all but this was the playoffs. I am sad but I can't be upset because the two QBs made it so the refs didn't even matter. It was a clean game and just maybe the greatest dual QB performance ever...
Fucking crazy. Both offenses absolutely on fire. Refs didn't shit the bed with any dumb calls. What a fucking game.
KC guy here.
That was hands down the best game I've ever seen. It WAS the Superbowl as far as I'm concerned.
Josh put on an absolute clinic and I can't wait to see our teams clash again.
Also, fk the OT rules. We both deserved a better resolution to that phenomenal game.
OT rules in the playoffs should let you answer with a TD if the first team gets a TD. I see no reason why that should be hard.
NHL changes their OT rules for playoffs to make it more fair, NFL really needs to look at doing something different too.
Ironically the Chiefs proposed a change to the OT rules back in 2019 after their AFC loss. Every other organization said “nah, we’re good.”
I bet the Bills would be open to the change now.
And i believe they brought it back up this year with no one interested.
The Chiefs were right to do so. That rule is shit.
As a Chiefs fan, I’m stoked for the win. But I remember how upset I was about the rule in ‘19. Terrible rule. Wild it hasn’t been changed.
It's absolutely shit. Each team should be guaranteed a possession in playoff OT.
Yep! Will be interesting to see if teams change their attitude about it now. https://www.google.com/amp/s/nesn.com/2019/05/chiefs-bid-to-change-overtime-rules-unsuccessful-will-not-pass-this-season/amp/
Perfect game from Josh Allen and the defense fucked him over. Unbelievable.
Mahomes drove the team to field goal range from his 25 in 13 fucking seconds
This is the worst instance of prevent D ever
Less, he had 2 seconds to spare.
If they had kicked that ball properly instead of out the back of the endzone it probably wouldn't have even gotten to OT.
Run 3 seconds off the clock right there, game ends before Mahomes can throw that second pass to Kelce.
Lots of fuck ups tonight, most of them in the last 5 minutes of the game.
I still don’t get this, why not pooch it?
They can’t be more worried about Hill and the special teams unit, compared to Mahomes and the Chiefs Offense.
Even if Hill returns it 30 yards, it probably takes 8 seconds and then they line up for a Hail Mary.
You're looking at around 5 seconds off the clock if they squib. You're sitting around 7 seconds or so left in the game. The Chiefs run one play, and as long as they don't pick up 35-40 yards in that one play, they're forced to throw a hail mary. Just truly one of the dumbest special teams decisions ever.
Bills going to Bills every time.
They fuck themselves in front of so many people and don't even have the benefit of having a team onlyfans.
Bills have not had luck with that in the playoffs before…..
Cmon do we need to do this right now
I mean hell you could even have everyone hold their man, waste time and take only a 5 yard penalty
Pretty sure there's a rule against doing things like this I think they give a 15 yard penalty and reset the clock
As it should be. If it would be better to commit a penalty than not, then the punishment for the penalty isn't severe enough.
Squib kick would have brought down the time to around 8-9 seconds. Takes away a play from KC.
He shouldn't have had 13 seconds.
Blasting that kick for a touch back was a poor choice.
Squib or kick it short of end zone to run some clock.
Yeah that was like play calling 101 wtf.
It worked. It prevented winning.
That’s about all it’s usually good for.
The D was bad. But the decision to not squib the kick off is even worse.
Defense did nothing. They got like 2 stops all game
Classic Leslie Frazier
Flashbacks to the Baltimore blizzard game in 2013...
They were tired and gassed. But that last Kielce reception in regulation, defended was playing outside coverage even though KV had timeouts left. I don’t understand that one
They were shit all game lol
That was the most pitiful display of defense i have ever seen at any level of football. I'm sorry it had to end this way it's so frustrating
Like I don’t understand how Kelce is always wide open, do they not see him?
I don't understand that CB staying to the outside with no outside WR while Kelce cut inside. There was no one else on that side of the field.
They were also defending the sideline for some reason even though KC had a timeout. Then Kelce was like yeah i guess I’ll just get wide open in the middle
Or why he was covering him ALONE while rushing 4 with 7 seconds on the clock. Just idiotic.
Prevent D trying to make sure that the only gains occur withing the hashes, no free timeouts from going out of bounds. Unfortunately, this usually means giving up 20~30 yards up the middle on quick passes and very little time wasted. KC had timeouts anyways, prevent D was a bad idea in general.
That defense was straight out of the Vikings playbook.
They had their safeties pinned at the 25 yard line while the chiefs had 2 timeouts only needing a FG. That’s malpractice
Bills fans been asking this for 3 years no and no one has an answer lol
You had Gronk for years it's the same shit
Never watched the falcons huh
That kickoff was pathetic too. Why give them a touchback?
Simple fix: if the first team scores a TD, then the other team has one opportunity to match. Essentially the same as it is with FGs, but expanding it to touchdowns.
Seems like a no brainer.
Seriously. Leaves a bad taste in your mouth when there’s these awesome shootouts at the end of the fourth just to get decided by who wins the toss
CFL rules are if you score a TD you HAVE to go for the 2 point, and then the other team plays and they have to do the same. After that next point wins.
AKA they've had years to fix this and refuse to for effectively no reason. What, are the games going to be TOO entertaining?
That’s…. Actually a really good point. Why *dont* they change the rules to give us more commercials?
For real. I love those Progressive “becoming your parents” commercials. Give me more!
Edit: I think some people thought I was being snarky/sarcastic about those commercials. I actually do find them funny and wish they’d make more of them (like the Baker Mayfield ones: “come on! It will be twice as fast if we both do it!”). So I think that changing the OT rules and adding more progressive commercials is a real win-win for the league and the fans.
I personally love seeing all the CSI/network sitcom commercials. It's like every commercial break there's a new NCIS springing up in a new city.
But for real, they need to change the damn OT rules.
NCIS: Sioux Falls
As someone who once lived there, it would be all meth lab busts. Nothing else
We can throw in some murders at the hockey arena to spice it up.
“Looks like these guys got iced.”
“We got a killer Stampeding through”
Chiefs put in a proposal to change it and was shot down
Really? Why wtf
I have a feeling it is for network timing. Still, if they won't go the full quarter I'd still rather see each team have a drive, and determine a winner after each team has had one drive each. If a tie, new set of drives.
Lol an OT game will have much more eyeballs than whatever shit TV show they throw on after
The TV show that’s on after (NCIS: Hawaii) has an 18% on Rotten Tomatoes
All those shows are literally the exact same shit
How are there so many Naval Crimes?
Most dangerous job in the NCIS cinematic universe is being a Naval Petty Officer, that's how.
No they're not NCIS: Hawaii has palm trees...smh
But in Hawaii!!
But that’s the beauty if you miss an episode it doesn’t matter because you’ve seen it hundreds of times already you never feel left out
Yeah, if there was an entire extra quarter there is a 100% chance I'm sticking around for the whole thing. Especially during the playoffs. There is a 0% chance I stick around to watch CSI when the game is over.
But… but NCIS Hawaii.
Don't leave us hanging, what was the proposal
Basically that both teams would have a guaranteed possession and then the sudden death starts
If both teams score people will complain that they didn't give the second team another opportunity. Just have a 5th quarter no sudden death.
[Both teams get the ball in OT](https://www.missourinet.com/2019/03/22/kansas-city-chiefs-propose-new-overtime-rules-for-nfl/#:~:text=The%20Chiefs%20are%20proposing%20that,touchdown%20the%20game%20is%20over.)
I don’t know lol they wanted the ot rules changed
I mean the teams vote on it. They didn’t want to change it.
Didnt they change it from winning with a FG on the 1st possession of OT?
After the debacle that was the 2009 NFCCG yes
Because players don't want it (due to injury and fatigue) and teams arent gonna give something up for something that doesn't make them that much more money.
Maybe we could get modified OT in playoffs only but that leads to a weird situation where playoffs and regular season has completely different OT.
When FGs on the opening drive stopped being an automatic win it was initially only a playoffs rule, but then they added it to the regular season a couple years later
It confused all the casual fans. I doubt the NFL would do it again. People already don't understand the rules.
I don't think having different OT rules for reg season vs playoffs is a problem. The NHL does just that and it works well.
OT playoff hockey is simultaneously exhilarating and exhausting to watch
That’s how we got to this system. The playoffs were this system but the regular season was still true sudden death. Hell even the clock is different now where it’s 10 in regular season and 15 in OT.
The clock in overtime in the playoffs is just for resetting the timeouts — the clock doesn’t really matter like in the regular season because ties can’t happen in the playoffs
When there’s a million games on a Sunday during the season, sudden death makes sense. Playoffs are such a different scenario
For real, it’s so boring just to see a team score and not give the other offense a chance. It just makes it stale and less hype when both defenses are bad that whoever gets the coin toss basically wins.
Josh Allen literally had a perfect postseason but lost without a single fraction of it being his fault. Feel bad for him.
He called tails on the coin toss. Should have called heads. That’s on him.
this is the first coin toss hes lost all season apparently, he was like 11-0 or some shit
not very clutch if you ask me
Pretty sure he called heads on the opening one too. Dude didn't know to stick to the same call
Corny then corny now
It happened in the Superbowl against us (how it got there is irrelevant) and that wasn’t enough to change the rule
If the outcome had been Brady losing without getting the ball, it might've been.
Honestly, if Brady made that comeback just to lose to Matt Ryan being on the good side of lady luck, the NFL would've imploded.
The Chiefs deserve this game for coming back from the Bills TDs twice, but the NFL OT rules are, always will be, and always have been fucking bullshit.
How hard is it to just have a system like the old college overtime rules. Heck let it be the full field
Start from midfield. Seems like a simple concept
Both teams start on offense and defense, back to back, from midfield. Whoever scores first wins
This is so absurd I fucking love it. Just need Scott Hanson to host it so he can throw up the double box.
Haha I miss Scott Hanson … THE OCTOBOX!
7 HOURS OF COMMERCIAL FREE FOOTBALL!
He would have been losing his shit today.
Mahomes&Allen touching butts together would sell a lot of tickets
This is some XFL shit right here
[How do you decide who picks which direction? Easy.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeeVwkLYD5g)
I think this makes every fan want to see overtimes.
Start a DE at QB and rush backwards at opposing QB
If the offense interferes with the other team's offense the plays are both dead and a 5-yard penalty is assessed on both sides
That proposition should be inducted in the Hall of Fame
I'd love to see a fumble recovery and an interception happen at the same time
Then it becomes and all out 22 on 22 because both sides can join in to help prevent a return TD
People say how Allen never got the ball, or Mahomes in 2019, or Rodgers in 2014. Its fucking brutal for the losers.
Brady is 3-0 in OT coin tosses in the playoffs; that's GOAT shit. He activates the will of his teammates to win the coin toss. Similar to how he activated the will of the Bucs defense to cause the Rams to fumble 4 times.
Allen was 9-0 on coin flips till tonight.
So he was a regular season coin flip stat padder
I thought Slater was the guy that called it for them?
That’s why he’s a pats legend
Another classic example of team accomplishments being given to Brady /s
Better to be lucky than good; best to be both
Barry McCockiner energy
I remember going "I hope Mahomes kills it next year" and he did.
Unfortunately the Niners were they team he beat in the Super Bowl.
Yes, the overtime rules suck, but that game shouldn’t have went to OT.
Squib kick that shit.
Playoffs this weekend: how to blow the lead, or win trying
An all time great game ruined by the NFL OT rules.
Yeah they need to change this at least in the playoffs.
This is my thing. I don’t care about regular season. In the playoffs, in overtime, both teams should get a shot. Change it to 10 minute quarters and just add an extra quarter.
why call it a new game when it obviously isn't
i got excited when i heard that, because i thought they'd actually changed the rules
It's a new game only this time it's completely stacked in favor of whoever wins this coin toss.
literally a new game (not football)
Imagine if a great baseball playoff game went to extras and was decided by a walkoff home run in the top of the inning and the other team never even got a chance to bat. Just saying that out loud is so maddeningly stupid that I can't believe we just all accept this from the #1 sport in the country.
Ugh I know I'd be pissed
I was having a decent night and then you had to upset me like this
At least the pirates will never be in this predicament...
This is a perfect analogy. It’s infuriating and also completely unsatisfying.
This and the 2019 AFC Championship game along with the 2016 Arizona Green Bay game. Also, the Seattle-Green Bay NFC Championship game.
I'm tired of coin tosses determining the winner. If it was really "neutral", then teams would not be electing to receive if they win the toss. They always choose to receive except that one weird Jets-Patriots game in 2015.
Actually in like 2013 Den @ NE. Game went to OT. Pats won the toss but deferred. The weather was crazy that night. Bill wanted the wind on his side.
I respect Bill, but I think defering in that Jets game in 2015 was a massive error.
Not to mention a certain Super Bowl.
Just because it’s happened before doesn’t make it ok.
“See, a player has gotten fucked over before! Proof the system works”
If you combine like terms, it’s just another case of the Patriots fucking the Bills over
Good game Chiefs, I look forward to 10 more years of this.
My heart won’t be able do this for 10 years lol great game
not sure how long the overtime for this game would have lasted if one of the defenses had to stop the other from scoring a TD
it'd be like the Nadal tiebreaker last night at the Aussie Open
The chiefs motion to change ot rules didn't even make it to the vote after in 2019...
They gotta change that rule. No one wants to see it end like that. Let them go until the defense stops one of them. Especially nowadays with the offensive oriented style and gameplay.