Points scored - Points allowed = NET Points[Football]
6 A touch-down is worth 6 points with out the extra conversion points
A touchdown without extra point is 6 points, a regular feild goal is 3 points, and a safety is worth 2
The NFL began allowing 2-point-conversion attempts in 1994.
6 points and another 1 point if you successful kick the ball through the goal post
3 points for a field goal in American Football
When you score a touchdown in American football, Six points are awarded. You then have the choice to either kick the ball ball through the goalposts for one extra point, or run another play for two extra points.
Michigan has the most wins in Division I-A college football. From 1907 to 1917, Washington football teams were unbeaten in 63 consecutive games, fielding 1930 points, and allowing only 118, still an NCAA Division I-A record
A touchdown in highschool football is worth 6 points.
Two points, from what i heard