Petition to NFL
Bring Back the St. Louis Rams for 2019 season
Problem: The Rams had left St. Louis for L.A., and St. Louis was about to get an MLS Team. Solution: We can get Stan Kroenke to kindly make up and sell the Rams back to St. Louis. Goal: Our Goal is to have Stan Kroenke sell the Rams back to St. Louis and get an XFL Stadium instead of MLS. (No offense St. Louis but we don't need a soccer team, but If you like it that's okay, but We want St. Louis to stick with ambush indoor soccer instead.)
Petition to Roger Goodell, NFL
Change the overtime rules in the NFL!
For too long teams have been robbed out of winnable NFL football games because of the current overtime rules. I am an Atlanta Falcons fan and I saw it happen in Super Bowl 51 when the Patriots won the coin toss in overtime and proceeded to drive the field and score without the Falcons offense ever taking the field. I also saw it earlier this year when the Falcons played the Saints and the Saints won the coin toss and once again the Falcons offense never took the field. Lastly I saw it today (1/20/2019) when the Chiefs lost to the Patriots in OT and just like before the chiefs offense never took the field. These are only a few of many cases. Personally I am tired of the current rules and believe that games would be much more entertaining if the rules were different. Here are the changes I’d personally make: 1. EACH TEAM IS GUARANTEED AN OFFENSIVE POSSESSION EXCEPT FOR THE RESULT OF A SAFETY. 2. THERE IS ONE 15 MINUTE PERIOD OF PLAY. IF THE GAME IS STILL TIED AFTER THE PERIOD IT BECOMES UNTIMED SUDDEN DEATH AND A COIN TOSS WILL OCCUR WHERE THE WINNER GETS POSSESION AUTOMATICALLY AT THEIR OWN 25 (NO KICKOFF). If you are also sick and tired of the current NFL overtime rules it’d be amazing if you could sign this petition. Let’s make a change together!
Petition to NFL, Roger Goodell
Redo the Saints Vs Rams NFC Championship game due to non calls by refs!
The game was plagued by unfortunate non calls by the refs. Clear non calls that were announced by game announcers and later spoke of. Everyone saw it BUT THE REFS. The NFL later called Sean Peyton to apologize about this so they obviously acknowledge the wrong doing on behalf of the refs. This cost us a super bowl that we would have earned.