If a field goal attempt is deflected by an opposing player, that deflection is considered a Blocked attempt.
Only if the shot is made. If the shot is good and a foul was committed, it counts as a field goal attempt and a field goal made. If the shot was not good, not field goal attempt is credited.
a team only has one attempt to make a field goal.
Punts if it isn't close enough for a field goal attempt or it goes for the 1st down typically if they are in the opponents side of the field but too far for a field goal attempt.
A field goal (kicking the ball through the uprights at the end of the field) is worth 3 points in American football. There is no "point after" attempt for a field goal. In contrast, a touchdown (carrying the ball past the goal line) is worth 6 points and allows an attempt for an additional point after touchdown, which closely resembles a field goal.
No, it would be considered a field goal attempt. In statistics, you will see a column heading of FGA for the number of Field Goal Attempts and a column heading of FG for the number of successful Field Goals.
Only if they make it. If they make it; it counts as a field goal attempt and a field goal make. If it is missed, it does not count as a missed field goal.
The only Super Bowl I can recall that was decisively lost by a single missed field goal attempt was XXV, when Buffalo Bills kicker Scott Norwood missed a last second field goal that would have given them the win.
Yes. You can go for a Field Goal on any down and try again. Except For 4th of course.
Depending on field position the team with the ball will most likely punt or attempt a field goal.