12 Minute Quarters (Including OT) Makes More Sense Now Than Ever

March 6th, 2021

In this edition of The Todd Wright TODDcast, Todd once again discusses how reducing quarters to 12 minutes checks all the boxes for the NFL going forward. The Todd Wright TODDcast is presented by Brandon Legal Group and Papa John’s. Click above to listen or to download. Or listen on Stitcher here, Google Podcasts here, and on other platforms.


7 Responses to “12 Minute Quarters (Including OT) Makes More Sense Now Than Ever”

  1. CharlieV Says:

    High School football at it’s best. What a terrible idea!

  2. AMI_Chris Says:

    Who would ever want less football? I’m all for 20-minute quarters!

  3. yar Says:

    If you’re really serious about player then the quarters should be 2 minutes because that is when most people look at the clock. This was the first and last time I listen to a Todcast.

  4. yar Says:

    Actually there should be 2 minute halfs because most people only look at the clock at the end of the halfs. OT would be 2 minutes also of course.

  5. Jo_mana Says:

    If this guy was on TV he would be unwatchable.

    I can never get back the 16 minutes

  6. Fritz59 Says:

    Listened to my 1st and last ‘Toddcast”. To be honest, I have no issue with this idea, I am one of those who pay no attention to the clock until time is an issue.
    What I have an issue with is 6 minutes 45 seconds of advertisement at the beginning of a podcast that’s under 16 1/2 minutes long. I understand getting the ads in B4 getting to the meat, but that’s way too much for me. Sayonara, baby, hasty la vista & all that, won’t be returning.

  7. ModHairKen Says:

    12 minute quarters is stupid. Reducing OT was stupid. NFL should do shootout style placeckicking to end a game after OT expires in a tie. Like the NHL.