You get 6 points for a touchdown.
Six points are scored for a touchdown.
It is usually 14 points depending on whether you make the field goal. A touchdown is 6 points and if you make the field goal then it is 7 points total. So if you make another touchdown on top of that it would be 14 points.
In 1911 a touchdown was worth 5 points. In 1912 it was changed to the traditional 6 points.
A touchdown is worth 6 points in an NFL football game.
The scoring team is given 6 points for the touchdown. They also get the choice to kick an extra point or go for a two-point conversion after the touchdown takes place.
It is worth six points in football in the NFL and CFL.
A touchdown is worth 6 points. After the touchdown, teams either kick the ball through the goal posts for a single point, or they take the ball on the 5 yard line and try to get the ball into the end zone for two points.
in college (ncaa) you get 2 points. in the NFL this is not allowed
A touchdown is worth six points in American football.
After the touchdown you get 6 points, and get to either go for a field goal(1 point after touchdown (PAT)) or a 2 point conversion, which is either a passing play into the end zone or a running play.
You mean the extra point a team tries to get after a touchdown, right? It's one point, so if the team makes a touchdown and the point, they would've made 7 points total :)
If the team is faking the field goal on an extra point, or PAT, (point after touchdown), and successfully make it in the endzone, their team receives two points. But if the team is faking the field goal before they have scored a touchdown, and successfully make it into the endzone, their team receives six points, and get to try the extra point on the play after.