My last game was decided off a failed 2pt conversion with seconds left at the end of the game. The score was 35 to 34, and the extra point would have tied the game and sent it into overtime. I allowed the attempt to happen without stopping the game because I knew that there was no rule against doing that. However, I feel that this should be addressed. I feel that the game is way slanted towards offense in this years game, and that going for it in that situation should not be allowed. If that would have been a playoff game or the Super Bowl and if I would have lost on a play like that I would have been very, very upset. So I am proposing a new rule for when a 2 point conversions should be allowed. There are obvious times when 2 pt conv. should be allowed, even when your winning. So the rule should state something like this... No player may go for a 2 point conversion unless it would put your team up, or down by 3, 6, 7, 9, 10 and so on. No player may go for a 2 point conv. at any point in the game to make a 1 or 2 point lead. I really feel like this issue should be addressed and changed. Games should not be decided by a 2 point conversion when a FG will tie, especially in an important game in the playoffs. What do you guys think?