Yes. As a general rule, players with a uniform number of 50-79 or 90-99 are not permitted to catch the ball. However, there are scenarios where it is eligible. The main occurrence requires the lineman to declare their intention to catch the ball to the referee, who then makes a stadium wide announcement. Additionally, an offensive lineman can take possession of a fumble and score a touchdown, under certain circumstances.
well there are two answers.. giant stadium opened in 1976 September or October. Robert Newhouse scored the first professional TD for the cowboys... however in July of 1976 the first touchdown ever scored was by a pass thrown by Jeff Schwartz to peter DeCicco witnessed by sportscaster Marv Albert broadcast on new york channel 4 as part of a sports fantasy contest is the first touchdown ever scored at the giants stadium
Almost, on the 19th of dec. The pats almost
He played during the pre-season in 1976. He was an offensive lineman.
Tyson Clabo was an offensive lineman for the Falcons from 2006-2008.
Yes, he intercepted a St. Louis Rams pass in week 4 of the 2009 season.
This answer is uncertain, because the first touchdown was not recorded. Also no one ever gave any thought of recording the first touchdown of the NFL.
Bob Dee when he fell on a Buffalo Bills fumble in the first AFL preseason game in August 1960.
Running back Lewis Partlow of the Dayton Triangles scored the first TD in NFL history on October 3, 1920 in the first ever NFL game, played between Dayton and the Columbus Panhandles.
who ever scored?
No there has not at the end of regulation the game will go into overtime until one team scores a touchdown or field goal. the overtime rules are -15mins -touchdown on 1st possession the team that scored the touchdown wins -field goal on 1st possession the opposing team has a chance to score a field goal if the opposing team scores a touchdown they win -field goal on 2nd possession the team that scored the field goal wins