It doesn't matter that it is a blocked extra point or an interception or a fumble recovery, if either team scores by possessing the ball in their end zone, it is a 'two-point conversion.'
In NFL ball is dead. In NCAA live ball: On a one-point try attempt, Team A's kick is blocked. The ball is advanced by runner B1 across Team A's goal line. RULING: Award Team B two points (Rule 8-3-1).
No, but in college the offense could still run the ball in for two points. In high school or NFL football, the try is dead the moment the defense recovers the ball.
None. During an extra point attempt only the team attempting it can score any points. If the defensive team blocks the kick it becomes a dead ball. The above is true EXCEPT in college football. In college, the defense can return a blocked extra point or a turnover during a 2-point attempt. If the defense can return it across the opposing goal in one play, they are awarded two points. If they fail, the try is over and the ball is kicked off as usual.
In High School, the minute a try is kicked, it is dead, regardless if the kick succeeds, misses, or is blocked behind the line. If there is a fumble on a two point conversion and the defense takes possession, the ball is dead and the try has failed. In the NCAA/NFL, if a PAT is blocked behind the line and possessed, or a two point conversion is turned over (interception or fumbled) and returned into the end zone it adds two points to the defense's score.
Although it is not possible to score only one point in an NFL game in college football it is possible to score only one point. It has never happened, but it would involve a return by the defense on a extra point attempt. If the defense made a return on a blocked kick, fumble, or interception (all dead plays in the NFL on an extra point conversion), fumbled the ball before scoring at the other end, and the offensive conversion team recovered it then went back into the end zone and was tackled, it would a one point safety for the defense.
In college football, yes, except it counts as a 2-point "defensive conversion," not a touchdown. In the NFL, no. As soon as the defense takes possession, the ball would be dead.
Both the offense and defense can score on a blocked field goal. The defense can recover a blocked field goal and advance it regardless of where they recover it. The offense can recover a blocked field goal and advance it as long as the ball has not passed the original line of scrimmage.
You cannot score a touchdown if you intercept an extra point. If you return it for a touchdown (all the way to the other team's end zone) you get two points. This is only for college level football. Professional football and High School football immediately blows the whistle and the play is dead when an extra point kick attempt is blocked.
You do not get extra points for blocking an extra point attempt. Points in football can only be scored by action in the end zone. First, the above answer is incorrect, as points scored by kicking the ball through the uprights do not involve "action in the end zone." Second, in college football you ARE awarded two points if the defense blocks an extra point and returns it all the way across the opposing goal line in one play. But in high school or the NFL, blocked PATs are immediately ruled dead.
Yes, as long as a knee has not touched the ground. If the ball is recovered, you may run if you pick up the ball immediately.
Point after try (PAT)
An extra point is scored by kicking the ball through the uprights after scoring a touchdown. It is worth one point. PaymonM
If you kick the ball after a touchdown, it is one point. If the ball is passed in or ran in, then it is a two point conversion.
Any ball may be blocked, excluding the serve!(:
Yes, if the ball does not touch the ground.
Offense is going for a 2 point conversion and fumbles the ball, defense picks it up and runs the ball to the other end zone. Defense scores 2 pts on a conversionl. HAPPENED YESTERDAY 11/29/2008
If the extra point hits the ground, it is no good. If the deffending team catches it, they could get two points. In order to get the points, they have to run it back to their opponent's end zone without being tackled or going out of bounds. If they do not run it back all the way, they do not get the two points, but the ball is kicked off to them.
The team blocking the pat is allowed to advance the ball and take possession, there is no kick off and the team that blocked the pat, took possession and advanced the ball start a fresh set of downs. If the ball is blocked and travels into the end-zone and the team which blocked the pat is tackled, the kicking team receives one (1) point.
Go to ultimate custimise and it should be in defense
You can use the ball as defense in the sport of dodgeball.