Michael T. Black
Ed Reed of the Baltimore Ravens with 9.
In college, you can do that. In the NFL, the play is dead when the ball is intercepted. Using NCAA RULES. if the interceptor runs backward into the endzone and is tackled was is the outcome? Is it a safety? is it a touchback for the interceptors team? Is the play dead? Please answer?
Most Passes Intercepted, Season, 42, George Blanda, 1962 season
No.In the NFL, if a pass is intercepted on a two-point conversion, the play is dead.In college football, if a pass is intercepted on a two-point conversion, the intercepting team is given the opportunity to gain as much yardage as they can. Should they run the ball all the way into the end zone, they are awarded two points.
No. All other levels leading up to the NFL you can though.
The NFL record for passes intercepted in a single game is 8 thrown by Chicago Cardinals QB Jim Hardy in a game against the Philadelphia Eagles in 1950.
LB Andre Collins of the Washington Redskins who returned it for a TD.
donovan mcnabb. he has had 4300 passes and only 90 int.
In a season for most thrown interceptions is George Blanda, Houston, 1962 with 42. In a season for most passes intercepted is Dick (Night Train) Lane, Los Angeles, 1952 with 14.
No, but most players do.
The quarterback who has thrown the most interceptions is Brett Favre, who through the 2010 season has thrown 336 career interceptions. The record for most interceptions by a defensive player in a career is held by Paul Krause, who intercepted 81 career passes.
It is possible to play in the NFL with a GED, although it is very unlikely that it would happen. Most players go to college for at least 2 years, and usually NFL scouts find their players through college recruiting.
The Philadelphia Eagles intercepted Chicago Cardinals Quarterback Jim Hardy 8 times on September 24, 1950. The Eagles won the game 45-7.
i would guess the U in Miami
In the NFL, no. In other levels of football, yes, and it is worth 2 points.
In 1970, the average NFL player lasted nearly five years in the league. By 1986, he had a three-year stay, a downward trend that continued as the league adopted more pass-happy formations, such as the West Coast offense, according to the NFL Players Association. A vested NFL player (meaning they get their pension after retirement) has to play a least 4 years. It's a short stay for most and this is why you see athletes trying to get the most money from NFL owners. Most NFL players as of 2010 play for an average of 10 years, but it also depends on the position that you play and the shape that you are in.
He didn't play in the NFL.
There is nothing in the NFL rulebook that states women cannot play in the NFL, or that the NFL is for men only.