Russell Wilson suggested that tie games be decided by a single field goal attempt from the 35 yard line. You win if you make it. You lose if you don't. I'm not sure if he was referring to games tied at the end of overtime or games tied at the end of regulation.
How do you think overtime should work in the NFL (or any level of football for that matter)?
My suggestion, which has its obvious flaws:
Use college rules (trading possessions indefinitely) with the following changes:
You cannot kick a field goal.
You cannot throw a forward pass.
You have to go for two after any touchdown.
Possessions start at the opposing team's ten yard line.
This would be a brutal, old-fashioned slog, which I like.