I'm speaking more to the game we played last year against the Bengals. Cincinatti won the coin toss. They finally ended up marching down the field, and missed the field goal. The game was over, and we never got another opportunity to win the game after the Bengals blew theirs. In an instance like that, the other team should get an opportunity to win the game, if they don't, then I can see the game ending in a tie. Even as ridiculous as it is. Games ending in a tie should not be happening every year.
Yes, he should have. It was the game winning touchdown. KB didn't get a pass for his drops last season. Anyways, it lists the 3 tie games in each of the last 3 seasons on that page. I don't think it's a coincidence that 1 has happened each season since they changed the rule. It's a real pisser for fans who pay good money to watch the games. The outcome of the game is basically decided on dumb luck through the OT coin toss.
I assume you mean the Dolphins game? Boykin got 6 receptions out of 12 targets for 53 yards. Mike Brown (obligatory: who?) got 5 receptions out of 6 targets for 58 yards in the same game. Look I wish the guy well, but this flipping out over his release is just silly. I'll leave it at that.
I don't disagree that some of Ron's judgement regarding the roster has been questionable at times. But Jarrett Boykin being cut is not an example of one of those moves that makes me question his judgement. People are acting as if Boykin was lighting it up all throughout camp, and looked like an all pro in preseason. Let's just be real here.