According to the article Market-Based NFL Overtime Solution at www.cornersolution.com, it is referring to the sudden death overtime in football. The sudden death overtime is decided by a flip of a coin. This method is thought to be unfair to some people because basically whoever wins the flip will win the game. All that has to be done is kick a field goal. There are people who do not find this fair, so here is another solution to determining sudden death. This consists of the team going together for a silent auction to decide who will get possession. The teams then decide on the yard line that they are willing to start on. Then the papers are sealed up and given to the referees. The referees then read the papers, and whoever gives the lower yard will receive the ball first. The team to score first then will be the winner. This way both teams get an equal opportunity, and the team that is willing to give up the most will be rewarded. After this idea was reviewed by a high school football coach his remarks were “this is retarded.” I personally think that it is a little different idea. It kind of takes away the momentum of the game to have to get in a huddle and pick a yard line. But in another case it is a lot fairer. Some may think that it is brilliant because it makes each team competitively internalize all of their comparative strengths and weaknesses. What do you think? Would you like to see a change in sudden death or not?