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point after touchdown = Point after Try... this is one of those really weird rules that people do not know even exist anymore. Kind of like the 3rd string Quarterback rule. In the NFL if you enter your 3rd string QB within the first 3 Quarters. Your 1st string nor 2nd String can play for the rest of the game...

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