It starts when the ball is snapped to start the next play.
In all stages of football, the clock is stopped for incomplete passes.
When there is an Incomplete pass, the game clock is stopped, the ball returned to the previous line of scrimmage-aka Los- (before the incomplete pass), and the game clock does not resume until the snap of the ball. The play clock, however is not stopped and will resume when the official places the ball on the Los.
It is because it is ruled an incomplete pass and therefore time stops.
After first down, after incomplete pass, when player goes out of bounds a timeout
Because the refs need to stop the game and tell everyone
An incomplete pass, runner goes out of bounds, penalty, or after a score is made
Penalties(If a flag is thrown), an incomplete pass, the ball carrier stepping out of bounds, change of possession, the quarterback spiking the ball, and timeouts stop the clock.
The clock stops for several reasons. An official can stop it for an official reason like to take a measurement. Each team can take time outs, this stops the clock. An incomplete pass stops the clock.The clock will stop if there is an injury on the field.
An incomplete pass
Pass the Clock was created in 2009.
After a shot.
The clock is stopped for a number of reasons. After an incomplete pass, after the ball carrier steps out of bounds, after a turnover on downs, after an interception, after a defensive fumble recovery, during a coach's challenge, and after some penalties.
In American and Canadian Football, a ball can be passed forward from behind the line of scrimmage. If the ball falls on the ground it is called an incomplete pass. That means no one caught it. It can also be called an incomplete. That is a short way of saying "It is an incomplete forward pass."
There are a number of ways to extend the statute of limitations. Any payment toward the bill will restart the clock. Any acknowledgement that the debt is owed starts the clock over. If they call and you say, "Yes, I know I owe it" you have started the clock again.
If the player catching the ball has control of it and then he drops it it is a fumble, if they never caught it but they just touched it it is an incomplete pass
When the ball is snapped on the play following the penalty.
It's an incomplete pass.