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It's taken to the Mint, and melted down to make a coin for the following week's game.

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Q: What happens to NFL toss coin after game?
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What percent of NFL teams win the game after winning the coin toss?

65


Is there a coin toss in every nfl game?

Yes. It is how they decide who goes first. The away team calls it.


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Eight year veteran Phil Luckett. Click on the 'Heads or Tails?' link below to read about that incident.


What percentage of teams that score first win in the NFL championship games?

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What coin value is tossed for an NFL game?

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