Based on the 2008 and 2009 season, there were 31 games that went into overtime. One ended in a tie, 23 ended with a field goal, and 7 touchdowns(2 defensive, 5 on a drive). So the answer would be, 21% touchdown/ 3% tie, 76% field goal. All based off stats from the seasons mentioned above.
There is a 60% chance a final will have 7 games
I'm guessing 8 % I have no idea,,,but I think its single didgets
It's about 11%
in OT points are worth the same as in regulation time...TD is 6pts
New England Patriots
Aaron. Rodgers has ne'er thrown a interception returned for a touchdown in his NFL career. He only has had a fumble returned for a touchdown in the wildcard matchup in overtime at Arizona against the cardinals
The Colts defeated the Giants in the NFL's first sudden-death overtime in an NFL Championship Game on December 28. Alan Ameche(FB) scored on a one-yard touchdown run after 8:15 of overtime. The televised game is generally looked upon as the one that brought the NFL to its first great national attention as we know it today.
u will get no answer mwa ha ha
Eagles Quarterback Nick Foles has the highest TD percentage ratio in the NFL thru week 15 of the 2013 season. His percentage is 8.6.
Brett Favre has thrown the most touchdown passes in NFL history, with 508.
favre and marino are tied
As of December 2010, it is a tie: the Chicago Bears, the Denver Broncos and the Washington Redskins have each won 22 regular season overtime games since the overtime rule was introduced in 1974.