No. In NFL football, once a ball hits the uprights (goal post), whether from a pass or a missed field goal or a punt, it is out of play.
no the goal posts are out of bounds and the pass is dead when it strikes the post. A kick which could score points is the exception. Should that kick hit the post it could bound over the crossbar and still score.
10 feet high (the same height as a NBA hoop) NFL Rules states the top of the goal post must be a minimum of 30 feet off the ground. That would make the minimum length of the goal post 20 feet as the crossbar is 10 feet off the ground.
They are 10 feet high off of the ground.
For the most part, no. However, there will be times when you're allowed an on-post pass. Sometimes, it may even be possible to get an off-post pass.
The upright post in the NFL are 18 ft 6, and the crossbar is 10 feet off the ground.
you take off your nose., then you evolved it.., that's in,and pass it in your left... ^_^
It is called the kick-off.
It is possible to get an off-post pass during BCT/OSUT. It's also possible for you to get a Drill Sergeant who won't allow any off-post passes.
If the kick from a kick-off goes directly between the opposing team's goal posts under the crossbar, then a goal is scored. If the same happens against the kicker's own goal, then a corner kick is awarded instead of a goal.
No, not on a kick-off, you can only get points on a field goal or a PAT. Play restarts with a touchback, the same as if it had gone ppast the endline any other way.
A Field Goal is a method of scoring points. It is not a structure, and therefore it is not something that can be measured for tallness.
Kick-off Direct free kick Indirect free kick Penalty kick Corner kick Goal kick Throw-in Drop ball