If overtime is sudden death, there would be no extra point. The game would end when the touchdown is scored. If overtime is based on time, and not sudden death, the penalty would be assessed on the kickoff
No the game is over when the touchdown is scored.
No. The first team to score in overtime is declared the winner. If that score is a touchdown, no extra point is attempted.
The PAT (point after touchdown) is required after a team scores in regulation play. The NFL uses points scored as a tie-breaker so the extra point has to be attempted. This is not the case in Sudden Death Overtime. If the game has gone into OT, and each team has had a chance to score, the PAT is not kicked.
Six. When it comes to points after a touchdown, an extra point adds one to the score. A successful two-point conversion adds two. If a touchdown wins a game in overtime, there is no extra-point attempt.
No. The extra point is what a team attempts after scoring a touchdown.
touchdown = 6 points extra point is 1 point but comes after a touchdown
The term is not exclusive to the NFL, but refers to a specific method of resolving a sporting event that ends with a tie. In that method, the teams begin an extra period of play (in the NFL called "overtime"). Under normal game rules, the team which first scores in overtime wins the game immediately. The team that loses suffers a "sudden death". There can also be sudden death hockey or soccer games. This is different from baseball, where both teams have an opportunity to bat in their half of the inning before a winner is declared.
Extra point or PAT (point after touchdown) :3
Sixty minutes. A hockey game consists of three twenty-minute periods. If the score is tied at the end of the third period, the teams play a five-minute sudden-death overtime period. If neither teams score in the overtime, the game ends as a tie. In the playoffs, games cannot end in a tie. So instead of a five-minute overtime, a playoff game has an extra 20-minute sudden-death overtime period. If neither team scores, then there is another 20-minute overtime, and so on, until someone scores. There was a Detroit-Montreal game in 1956 that went to the sixth overtime, finally ending at 176 minutes 30 seconds--almost as long as three ordinary games! Detroit scored in the sixth overtime to win the game 1-0.
There are extra innings and or tie breaker rules which is this sport is a form of overtime.