It depends on the league that you're in. Some give bonus points for catches, tackles or long field goals.The best online fantasy football league manager software allows you to tailor your league's scoring. Most leagues has the following scoring as a basic guidline:Basic Method The first, and easiest method, is the Basic Method. The Basic Method scores points for each player in direct correlation with the number of points the player actually scored during a given game (i.e. - a player who rushes for a 17-yard touchdown scores six points, the point value given by the NFL for a touchdown). The default scoring for the Basic Scoring Methodology is as follows: * 6 pts per Rushing TD * 6 pts per Receiving TD * 3 pts per Passing TD * 6 pts for a ST and Def TD * 3 pts per Field Goal * 1 pt per Extra Point Performance Method The second method is the Performance Method. The Performance Method not only rewards points to a player who is involved on scoring plays, as in the Basic Method, but also rewards a player for yards achieved through-out the game. * 6 pts per Rushing TD * 6 pts per Receiving TD * 3 pts per Passing TD * 6 pts for a ST and Def TD * 3 pts per Field Goal * 1 pt per Extra Point * -1 pt for Interceptions thrown * 2 pts for a rushing conversion * 2 pts for a receiving conversion * 1 pt per passing conversion * 1 pt per 10 yds rushing * 1 pt per 10 yds receiving * 1 pt per 20 yds passing You can also add any of the following categories to you scoring method to make things more interesting. All-purpose Yards Per Rush Avg. Yards Per Completion Points Allowed by Defense Avg. Yards Per Reception Points Per Game Avg. Yards Per Rush Receiving Touchdowns Catch for Touchdown Receiving Yards Completion Percentage Receptions Defensive Loss Run for Touchdown Defensive TD Rush Yards Allowed Defensive Win Rushing Attempts Extra Points Rushing Touchdowns Field Goal Attempts Rushing Yards Field Goal Percentage Sacks Field Goals Safeties Field Goals Missed Special Team TD Fumble Recovery Total Game Score Interceptions Total Handles Kicking Yards Total Player Score Number of Receptions Total Points Number of Rushing Attempts Total Sack Yards Other Touchdowns Total Yards Pass for Touchdown Total Yards Allowed Pass Yards Allowed Touchdowns Per Carry Passing Attempts Touchdowns Per Pass Passing Completion's Touchdowns Per Reception Passing Touchdowns Yards Per Carry Passing Yards Yards Per Game Per Completion Yards Per Pass Attempt Per Reception Yards Per Reception
It symbolizes the person scoring the touchdown is "feeding" his teammates or ensuring when he "eats"(scoring the touchdown), they all, as a team, eat. Hope that explains it!!
That is the correct spelling of "touchdown" (a football scoring play).
#44 for the Dallas Cowboys in 1994 was Lincoln Coleman. He played Running Back in 11 games during that season, scoring 1 rushing touchdown, caught 8 receptions for a total of 46 yards, and had 180 yards rushing.
Notable rookie years - Gale Sayers scoring 14 rushing touchdowns and catching six touchdown passes in 1965. Randy Moss with 1,313 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns (season high for the league) in 1998. Earl Campbell's 1,450 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns in 1978. Tony Dorsett with 1,007 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns in 1977. Curtis Martin with 1,487 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns in 1995.
No. The extra point is what a team attempts after scoring a touchdown.
You mean the extra point a team tries to get after a touchdown, right? It's one point, so if the team makes a touchdown and the point, they would've made 7 points total :)
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by throwing a ball and scoring a touchdown
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The highest scoring player in NFL history is George Blanda, who was a quarterback, but also a kicker. If you are only interested in passing/rushing points, then I don't know, but a good guess would be Brett Favre--he's the TD record holder for passing and he's more mobile than Marino was, so he probably has more rushing TDs, but this is just a guess.
The scoring team is given 6 points for the touchdown. They also get the choice to kick an extra point or go for a two-point conversion after the touchdown takes place.
Scoring a field goal in American football cannot be done in conjunction with a touchdown. They are two independent ways of scoring. You may have meant can you score an "extra point" without a touchdown. In American football, extra points (1 or 2 depending on type of play), can only happen in conjunction with a touchdown. In Canadian football, they may be scored under circumstances not related to a touchdown.
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Tony Dorsett with 99 yards
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Go for to points or kick a field goal for one point after the touchdown this field goal is known as an extra point.
It is a scoring play used as a substitute for a point-after kick - the ball is advanced into the endzone like a touchdown play but it comes after the touchdown.
point after touchdown
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