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4th & 15 Replacing Onside Kicks???

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Say you are a team like the Patriots of old and you really carved up the opposing defense on your first two drives they seemingly could not stop you. Your coach is a dirtbag like bb who loves to run up the score and now you have a chance to basically never give the other team the ball. Another scenario...your offense has played exceptional football but your defense was too distracted with things like "where tha hoes at" to show up, why let the defense come out if they are just going to give up scores anyway instead of taking shots at trying to double down each possession? Too many things could go wrong with this rule imo it is significantly easier for a good football team to exploit this than it is for a bad football team to succeed at using this as intended.

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