how many overtimes are there in the nfl
In the National Football League (NFL), a tied game occurs when a regular season game ends with both teams having an equal score. If a game is tied after regulation (60 minutes, divided into four quarters of 15 minutes), a 15-minute sudden-death overtime period is held.
First overtime game played at Wembley Stadium in London, and the first overtime regular season tie game played outside the United States. Second time in the overtime era in which there were ties in two consecutive weeks, and first since 1997. As neither team scored in the overtime period, this would also have been a tie under the pre-2012 rules. Redskins kicker Dustin Hopkins missed a 34-yard field goal in overtime which would have won the game.
The terms “overtime” and “in overtime” (abbreviated “OT” or “IOT”) are primarily used in North America, whereas the terms “extra time” and “after extra time” (abbreviated “a.e.t.”) are usually used in other continents. However, in basketball, the terms “overtime” and “in overtime” are used worldwide.