After Sunday night's 6-6 stalemate, Russell Wilson wants to eliminate ties from the NFL. And, he has an interesting idea for doing so.

The Cardinals controlled play against Seattle two days ago, but at the end of regulation, they were tied at 3-3. Each team added a field goal in overtime, and then each missed a short kick that would've won the game.

To prevent future ties, Wilson suggested a radical idea on Monday.

Just field goals?

From Sheil Kapadia of ESPN:

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“Let's say we're the away team. We win the coin toss, we get the ball on the 35-yard line going in. You kick one field goal,” Wilson said. “You can't do anything else but a field goal. You make the field goal, the game's over. If you miss the field goal, the game's over and the other team wins.

“I just think that if you play that long, you're putting your lives on the line. You should find a way to win. I don't like ending in a tie.”

I'm not sure how the rest of the league would receive this. It's definitely different than anything suggested in the past.

Given the taxing, physical nature of the game, it's understandable that the games can't go on forever. There has to be an end point, at least in the regular season.

There's nothing wrong with throwing out ideas, even if they're a little unusual. Maybe Wilson's comments will at least prompt a discussion on the subject moving forward. Nobody likes ties.