you score points in afl by kicking goals for 6 points and a behind for 1 point
The offense tries to score points.
when u get a tochdown its the same thing as normal football
Athletes may score points based on the rules of the game. Example like football were players have to score by getting the ball to the opponents end zone with passion of the ball.
There are no points in water polo, the aim is to score goals as in football (or soccer)
English and Scottish football leagues all have the same points scoring system, that is: Win = 3 points Draw = 1 point Lose = 0 points Thus you get 1 point for a draw irrespective of whether it is a score or 0-0 draw
they need 2 safeties
You need to score the most points.
When they get yards and lose yards in the game or score points
Yes you can return it for two points
Its 6 points because a feild goal is half of what the actually touchdown is. (3)
2 Points. A winning team could triumph by scoring a safety and no other points.
A "TD" in football is a "touchdown" and is worth 6 points. Following a TD, a team has an opportunity to score a "PAT," or point after touchdown. This can be a kick for one point, or a run for two points.
Safety and a 2-point conversion