"Some would argue we should go back to 15-a-side with no replacements and play until it's last-man standing.
"We have to be sensible and look at where the game is moving. There are issues around player welfare.
"We've already gone to eight substitutions so we've got 23 players taking part in every game. It's something the game needs to address."
The task group, which was established at the end of August, made 16 recommendations in all. Other suggestions included agreeing a definition of cheating and creating a specific regulation to issue severe sanctions against those found guilty of it.
The report also called upon the game to develop a policy on illicit drug use, improve disciplinary processes and ensure that medical personnel working in the sport are guided first and foremost by their professional ethics rather than their tie to a club.
We know in sport there's no room for complacency
Former England captain and task force member Lawrence Dallaglio
"You talk to people involved in the game and they do not want to be tarnished with this kind of thing associated with our sport," added Andrew.
"They want the RFU to move forward, draw a line in the sand and ensure the core values of the sport - which have been there for a long time - are maintained."
The report took evidence from 129 professional players, and also surveyed coaches, medics and physios in the pro game and grassroots rugby.
"In looking at things like the feigning of injuries and the blood issues, what the task force has uncovered - and this has been done with a lot of help from people right across the game - is a number of issues," former England captain Lawrence Dallaglio, who was part of the task force, told BBC Radio 5 live.
"We know in sport there's no room for complacency. We've come forward with some recommendations and now our job is to take those recommendations forward."
The RFU wants to get the co-operation of other countries and global governing body, the International Rugby Board, in order to extend its ideas worldwide.
"The IRB has been supportive of what we've been doing," said Andrew.
No endemic cheating - Dallaglio
"They've been aware that some of these issues are global issues - the incidents of the summer happened on our patch but the IRB is not naïve enough to think that there aren't practices going on in other parts of the globe.
"We as a union need to make recommendations to the IRB and then its up to the IRB council to decide if they want to implement some of these recommendations."
The panel also included Bath prop and players' union chairman David Barnes, Worcester owner Cecil Duckworth and chairman of London Irish Andrew Coppel.
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