A proposal being voted on by the NFL that would give teams an alternative to the traditional onside kick is gaining some serious momentum around the league in recent days, as reported by NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.
The proposal, originally sent in by the Philadelphia Eagles, calls for teams to have the chance at either kick the normal inside or getting the chance to convert a 4th-and-15 from their own 25-yard line.
It should be noted, however, that no team would be allowed to try this more than twice in a single game.
For this change to go through, the proposal would need the backing of at least 24 teams.
Most recently, the 4th-and-15 attempt was used in January’s Pro Bowl by the NFC when they were down by five in the fourth quarter but Kirk Cousins was intercepted by Earl Thomas.
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