In 1911 a touchdown was worth 5 points. In 1912 it was changed to the traditional 6 points.
A touchdown in 1911 was worth only 5 points. It wasn't until the following year, (1912), when the rule was changed and touchdowns became a 6 point score.
A touchdown is worth 6 points in an NFL football game.
A touchdown is worth six points in American football.
It is worth six points in football in the NFL and CFL.
Six points, same as it has been worth since 1912.
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.
6 A touch-down is worth 6 points with out the extra conversion points
A touchdown in highschool football is worth 6 points.
You get 6 points for a touchdown.
Six points are scored for a touchdown.
A touchdown in American football is worth 6 points.
The concept of a "touchdown" did not exist in American football until 1876, and at that time it didn't award any points -- it simply gave the team the opportunity to kick a field goal. The first time points were awarded for touchdowns was in 1883, and they were worth 4 points. The kick after the touchdown (i.e., the "try") was also worth 4 points. Note that the term "touchdown" was coined because the ball actually had to be touched down to the ground in the end zone. This requirement was removed in 1889.
A down is just another chance you have to get a first down.A touchdown itself is worth 6 points with an option to go for one or two points after the touchdown. Most touchdowns go for 7 points in the end
In American and Canadian football, scoring a touchdown is worth 6 points. The team than has a choice to kick for a single extra point or pass or run for two more points. This play is called the convert, which essentially means trying to score again.
A field goal is worth three points regardless of whether it is place kicked or drop kicked.
When a team scores a touchdown they will receive 6 points.
in OT points are worth the same as in regulation time...TD is 6pts
A field goal, when the ball is kicked through the upright goalposts, is worth three points. If the kick is made directly after a touchdown, it is not a field goal, but is a "try", also called the "point after touchdown" or PAT, and is worth one point.
A field goal is worth 3 points, unless it is kicked right after a touchdown then it is only 1.
Three points are awarded - regardless of distance from the goal. exception in the "point after" attempt. this occurs following a touchdown (worth 6 points) and is only worth one point.