Title pretty much says it all. Here's the link to the ESPN article.
All turnovers will be reviewed from the booth with no coaches' challenges needed and overtime periods in the regular season will use the same scoring rules as the postseason after NFL owners voted to approve those proposals Wednesday. The replay official already reviews all scoring plays.
What do you think about this? Personally, I think it's dumb, considering all the extra challenges coaches have been given in recent years (they can use as many as 3 per game now, right?). I guess this just means that there will be almost no missed calls from now on; but how many times are we going to have to sit through a challenge delay every game? Also, what is left for coaches to challenge? I can only think of the spot of the ball and catches (whether or not the ball hit the ground, whether or not the ball was caught in-bounds), but other than that, I'd be willing to bet that at least 80% of coaches challenges were for either scoring plays or turnovers.
What do you think about it?