Now that the NFL season is over for the Buffalo Bills, they can relax and have some fun times with family and friends. As disappointing end to the playoffs as it was for the Bills, it's nice for them to finally get their minds off playbooks and unplug for a while.

However, some players like to go to the Super Bowl and take part in the festivities that surround the biggest sporting game in North America every year.

You have countless activities, radio programs, podcasts, TV shows, events and other spectacles happening in the days leading up to the Super Bowl every year.

Buffalo Bills quarterback, Josh Allen, is in Los Angeles for the big game, and he spent some time with Sports Illustrated.

Josh was asked a pretty interesting question, regarding which NFL rule he would want changed?

Your first assumption is to think Allen would say overtime...after all, he and the Bills offense didn't get a chance to touch the ball in overtime, when they lost 42-36 in the AFC Divisional round to the Kansas City Chiefs.

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But Josh did not say the overtime format. Instead, Allen said he would like taunting to be changed.

"Taunting," said Allen. We still don't know the rules of why it's being called? On who it's being called? We need some concrete rules on it, so, get that one out of there," added Allen.

Josh also specified that yes, he wants taunting changed, over the overtime format in the NFL.

I think a lot of fans and players would agree with Allen, to get rid of the taunting rule/penalties in the NFL. He's right that it can be confusing on what constitutes taunting, and how much it can impact the game.

Unless someone is literally up in someone's face, and won't let it be, then refs should simply put the flags away -- 100 percent agree with Josh.

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