Extra point or PAT (point after touchdown) :3
Its called a TRY.
the end zone
In the earliest days of American football, a "touchdown" required that the ball physically touch the ground beyond the goal line. This requirement was removed from the rules in 1889, but the name stuck.
No, the kick after a touchdown (that is worth one point) is called a "PAT" (Point After Touchdown) or "Extra Point". A made "Field Goal" is worth three points.
the goal line
they probably had a foul or the player made an illegal move.
== == == == When the ball is advanced past the end zone line it is called a touchdown. It is worth 6 points. A touchdown can be scored on offense or defense by any player. A touchdown can also be scored if there is a fumble in the end zone, and the team that scored on that end zone recovers the fumble.
The Discount Double Check
Touchdown is a noun.
Yes you can kick a touchdown. By kicking an onside kick recover it and return it for a touchdown.
It's Called a PAT (Point After Try I believe) it's a kick after the touchdown, a touchdown is only 6 points to get the full 7 you have to kick a PAT, or you can go for a 2 point conversion worth.....2 POINTS obviously
6 ... the play is called a touchdown.
point after touchdown point after touchdown
is there a way to have a "best" touchdown
No unless the ball lands in the touchdown
The touchdown is 10 yards big and the touchdown is 30 feet wide!!! BY!!! AWESOME ANSWER BY ME!!!!!!!! :)
After a touchdown is scored in American Football, the ball can be kicked through the Goal Post for an additional point. Usually called a Field Goal or PAT.