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Can a GFL Game end in a tie? and other rules questions.

  • Avatar of BigJohn

    The Prøducer of Døøm himself, Arioch Morningstar, is the placekicker for the Krakens. There are numerous references in the book to the field goal kickers on a couple of teams.

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    Avatar of Daniel Rockel

    I had found a copy of the nfl rulebook a few years ago online from 06.

    There are so many intricacies to the rules that noone knows, because it remains unpublished.

    Given the nature of the GFL limiting the kicking game, much like the nfl moving the goal posts from the goal line to the back of the end zone due to the change of design for player safety, I don’t see a free kick happening any time soon.

    drockel

    PS Too bad we still haven’t met the Krakens extra point and field goal kickers.

    Avatar of BigJohn

    it appears for now to be the answer.

    http://www.scottsigler.com/node/4252

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    Avatar of Daniel Rockel

    In the NFL if neither team has scored at the end of an over time period the game can end in a tie.

    FDO How is a tie at the end of regulation handled?

    Also is the free kick or any of the other ancient rules still in the NFL rule book present in the GFL rulebook?

    example a team is on the opponents goal line ready to score and fumbles forward out of the endzone. The result of the play is a touchback against the offense and the deffensive team gains posession of the ball at the 20.

    Are there touchbacks or a kicking game in the GFL

    You said the GFL gives their rulebook to the tier 3 teams.

    Is that the full rule book?

    If that’s the case that puts them head and shoulders above the NFL that does not even sell copies of the greater than 100 page rulebook.

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