NFL eyes big change for playoffs

NFL Considers Significant Change For Playoffs


The NFL plans to stage the All-American Conference Finals at a neutral location. 

The Goodell Home League made the announcement Thursday night. This scenario is being investigated due to the incident involving Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin. The marauder was revived in the last game against the Bengals, in Cincinnati.

The duel will not be resumed and the NFL has made the decision to cancel the meeting, since the two teams were already qualified for the playoffs.

The Tour's goal is to avoid an unfair situation due to this cancellation.

Thus, if Buffalo and Kansas City win this week, the Finals conference could be presented in a neutral location. The scenario will be the same if these two formations lose and the Baltimore Ravens prevail.

A possible conference final between the Bengals and the Bills could also be presented in a neutral site.< /p>

“I recognize that there is no perfect solution,” Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement. The proposal made to the owners aims to be fair to all due to these exceptional circumstances.”