Sportswriters around the country are debating now which is more embarrassing: that the Eagles tied the lowly Bengals or that Donovan McNabb didn't know you could end a regular season NFL game in a tie. I find this hilarious to no end.
It's too bad for McNabb that he couldn't have just sucked a *little* bit less during regulation (3 interceptions, 1 fumble). Maybe then he could have remained blissfully unaware of how overtime works in pro football.
I'm not surprised either, and I'm glad it's being banned. They are taking advantage of a loophole that exists at no other level of football. In the NCAA, for example, the rule about scrimmage kick formation is as follows: Emphasis mine.