NFL changes postseason overtime rule 44-days after Super Bowl 56, and 193-days after Patrick Mahomes’ birthday, March 29, 2022

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The NFL changed its postseason overtime rule on March 29, 2022, 44-days after Super Bowl 56 concluded on February 13, 2022, the 44th day of the year.
Overtime = 44

Adding to the ritual, it came 193-days after Patrick Mahomes birthday, the man who inspired the rule change in his January 23, 2022 defeat of the Buffalo Bills in overtime.
193, 44th prime

And adding to the ritual, it came on March 29, or 29/3, like 293 the 62nd prime.
Patrick Mahomes = 62

And for one more, ‘Kansas City Chiefs’ equates with ‘overtime rule.’

*This rule change also came on Josh Allen’s 313th day of his age (65th prime) and 65-days after the January 23, 2022 game between Kansas City and Buffalo, thus Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. Of course ‘GOAT’ equates to 65, and Tom Brady is making a return next season, who plays for a ’62’ team of his own, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Allen = 44
Overtime = 44

1 Comment

  1. GregRamsey74 on April 3, 2022 at 5:20 pm

    “Overtime Rule Change” = 93 (Full Reduction)
    “Overtime Rule Change” = 201 (English Ordinal)

    “Order of Illuminati” = 93 (Full Reduction)
    “Order of Illuminati” = 201 (English Ordinal)
    “The Jesuit Order” = 201 (Reverse Ordinal)

    “Overtime Rule Change After Bills’ Playoff Loss” = 602 (Reverse Ordinal)

    “Bills’ Playoff Loss” = 65 (Full Reduction)
    “Tom Brady Tuck Rule” = 65 (Full Reduction)

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