Yes.AnswerDont know but you have been watching to much "water boy" lol AnswerYes, it is a field goal but it much touch the ground before it is kicked, in other words it isn't a punt, but the old bounce the ball off the field and kick it move, which can't be done with the current shaped football very easily.
A drop kick is still on the books as a legal way to score three points, or one point, in the NFL, depending on when it is used. If the drop kick is used during normal gameplay (downs 1 through 4), when your team has the ball, it is worth three points, just like a field goal. If, however, the drop kick is used after a touchdown, for the extra point, then it is worth one point, just like a point after touchdown. Quarterback Doug Flutie was the last NFL player to successfully score using the drop kick on January 1, 2006, when the New England Patriots played against the Miami Dolphins.
A field goal is worth 3 points.
In football it is worth 3 points. In basketball it is worth 2 points.
In basketball, a field goal (a shot made from outside the three-point line) is worth three points.
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.
Only if you played football between 1883 and 1903, when the field goal was worth 5 points!
A field goal in basketball is worth three points while a free throw is worth 1 point
In Basketball, a field goal (a shot made from outside the three-point line) is worth three points.
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.