Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer
Raiders coach Jack Del Rio's idea for overtime in the NFL? Pattern it after the college football model. "The way that New England went down and scored, I would have liked to have seen Marty Ice get an opportunity to answer," Del Rio said of Super Bowl LI. "I like the idea of both teams having a chance. But again, whatever the rules are, we'll play within those rules. We understand what they are. We'll be prepared to go." The NFL changed OT from 15 minutes to 10 minutes on Tuesday. Had the rule been in effect last season, the Raiders would have had a 24-24 tie at Tampa Bay and gone 11-4-1 since Seth Roberts' 41-yard catch-and-run TD came 13:15 into OT.