In college football, a blocked extra point can be returned for 2 points for the defending team. In pro football, however, any change of position instantly kills the play in a PAT situation.
No. if you return it you get 2 points
0 points... because it was blocked...
Safety-2 Blocked extra point and returned-2 Field goal-3 Touchdown-6 Extra point-1 Two point conversion-2
You cannot score a touchdown if you intercept an extra point. If you return it for a touchdown (all the way to the other team's end zone) you get two points. This is only for college level football. Professional football and High School football immediately blows the whistle and the play is dead when an extra point kick attempt is blocked.
You do not get extra points for blocking an extra point attempt. Points in football can only be scored by action in the end zone. First, the above answer is incorrect, as points scored by kicking the ball through the uprights do not involve "action in the end zone." Second, in college football you ARE awarded two points if the defense blocks an extra point and returns it all the way across the opposing goal line in one play. But in high school or the NFL, blocked PATs are immediately ruled dead.
One extra point is awarded.
6 A touch-down is worth 6 points with out the extra conversion points
6 safety's., 1 TD no extra point two fgs, Two TD no extra pts, 4 , 2 fgs and 3 safety's. Really odd ones - 1 TD with extra pt two safety's and blocked extra or returned by defense to opposite end zone is 1 pt , 12 blocked extra pts returned 3 fg a safety and blocked pt. etc etc etc
Placekicker (for kickoffs, field goals, extra points).