A punt is when the kicker drops the ball and kicks it before it hits the ground. You cannot score any points on a punt (unless the receiver muffs or fumbles the ball, making it live).
A field goal must be kicked off the ground, either by place-kick or drop-kick, and must travel between the uprights to score. A place-kick is where a holder places the ball on the ground for the kick. A drop-kick is where the kicker does not use a holder, and instead drops the ball and kicks it when it touches the ground or as it bounces off the ground.
They are the same
Yes it does make a difference.
Goal post to goal post, a football field is 360 feet long.
There is no field goal in Association Football (soccer), that exists only on American football.
In football a field goal would be executed when it passes through the uprights of the goal post.
3 points for a field goal in American Football
because a field goal in basketball and football are both worth one point That's not correct. A field goal is 3 points in football and 1 point for an extra point
A football field post to post is 120 yards. It is 100 yards from goal to goal and each endzone is 10 yards.
Three points are awarded for a field goal in American football.
A field goal is worth 3 points.