NFL rules when a game ends in a tie after four quarters are imperfect. But football is brutal and players can’t be expected to keep going forever Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer contemplates an extraordinary loss at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs. Photograph: Ed Zurga/AP Football played by human beings is not like a Madden game, where the “progressive fatigue” factor can be switched off. The players we like to think of as giant Energizer Bunnies get tired. Case in point: the Buffalo Bills
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Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers each have come to a crossroads in their storied NFL careers after being bounced from the playoffs in stunning fashion.