So, I was reading today about an idea that Tom Verducci, baseball writer for SI had for a radical rule change in MLB. I won't get into it specifically here because I know the prevailing opinion of baseball on this forum, but it got me thinking of a fun way to pass the time without a game this week: Create your own radical rule change for the NFL. To hell with tradition! To hell with the integrity of the game! To hell with player safety! Make a rule that would add some flavor to the game. I'll kick us off: The NFL Penalty Box Any penalty that counts for more than ten yards gives the opposing team two options: 1) Take the yards as usual. 2) Replay the down, but the penalized team has to play one man short. They can't use the player who was penalized, and they can't replace him with someone who is designated at his position. So, Devin McCourty goes out for a blow to the head, and the Pats can't replace him with Duron Harmon. On a crucial 3rd down, a team might elect to take the yards to keep the drive going. But if it happens on a first down at your own twenty, you might think hey, with one less defensive player we could break one! Who else has a idea?