2nd down =]
It goes to the second down
The yellow line that you see on your TV screen is not on the football field. It is only a visual reference for those of us watching the game on TV so we can see how far the offense needs to go to get a first down.
A block down field beyond the line of scrimmage
The other team takes over and starts working their way down the field from that point near the end zone.
the end of the football feild is ware the play run to too get a tuch down
The goal of football is to move the ball down the field and into the end zone for a touchdown.
You have to get a first down. When you get a first down, it moves the chains and it is first down. When you have a first down and the are no penalties, it is a first and ten.
There are 28,800 football fields of trees that are cut down in a day!
On fourth down, unless you are close enough for a field goal try. You can choose to "go for it" on fourth down, but if you don't make a first down then you lose the ball at the spot where you were. Punting allows you to give the ball to the other team as far as you can kick it down field.