OK, Donovan McNabb -- you're off the hook. In November of 2008, the Philadelphia Eagles and Cincinnati Bengals played to a 13-13 tie, and McNabb, then the Eagles quarterback, took a great deal of heat for not knowing the rules of overtime. "I've never been a part of a tie. I never even knew that was in the rule book," McNabb said once the game was over. "It's part of the rules, and we have to go with it. I was looking forward to getting the opportunity to get out there and try to drive to win the game. But unfortunately, with the rules, we settled with a tie." Several other Eagles players expressed confusion and consternation at this whole "tie" idea, but McNabb was an easy target for Philly media and fans, so he took the brunt of the abuse following the game. Four years later, NFL players are no more aware that in the pros, games can end without a winner. In the first NFL tie since that Eagles contest, the San Francisco 49ers and St. Louis Rams were deadlocked at 24-24 at the end of the fifth quarter, and players on both teams seemed aghast at the whole idea. We start with Rams receiver Danny Amendola, who caught 11 passes for 102 yards against San Francisco's excellent defense....