Do you like it the way it is now with the sudden death format, or would you like to see it tweaked? How would you modify it? As it is now, the team that wins the toss wins the game about 53% of the time. But the real interesting stat is, about 28% of the time, the team that wins the toss takes the kickoff and immediately drives for the winning score, not allowing the opposing team to ever get the ball. What I would do is just play one more quarter, only shorten it to 10 minutes long. You'd have the coin toss as it is now, each team gets two timeouts, the booth has control over all challenges, etc. But you play the entire ten minutes. If they're still tied after that, then it's a tie. Oh well. But with this format, the coin toss wouldn't be so crucial. And, you could get some interesting situations late in an overtime period. Say a team is down 3 with the ball at their opponent's 25 with a little under 2 minutes left, 4th and short. Do they kick the FG for the tie, or go for the 1st and hopefully the eventual win? You'd get some interesting decisions for coaches to make late in overtimes, and anytime you get to watch coaches squirm on the sidleines, that's a good thing!