yes, if it is blocked behind the line of scrimmage and recovered by the kicking team on 3rd down or less
3rd Down Running Back
You can, but coaches usually don't, considering that u still have about two plays left
Yes. You can go for a Field Goal on any down and try again. Except For 4th of course.
January 3rd. :)
Every football play revolves around down and distance If your thinking offense a good idea on first down would some sort of running play, second down good idea would be either run, or short pass, third down is a the key down to convert on, lets say its 3rd and short like 3rd and 2, run the ball, anything between 3rd and 2 and 3rd and 5 short pass, anything more short to medium pass, and long pass anything more than 3rd and 10, 4th down I would traditionally go for it if it were 4th and inches or 4th and 1 anything more punt or field goal. Defense I would usually sit in a base 4-3 gator the whole game but audible as the offense moves.
yes there is going to be a 3rd season on galactik football on June 2010
he flunked out of school. to bad he ran the draw better than warrick dunn! and was a better 3rd down runner too.
Most penalties result in replaying the down. Sometimes it is more beneficial to take the result of the play and not replay the down. Example, on 3rd and 10 there is a holding penalty on the offense during a 2 yard run. Accepting the penalty makes it 3rd and 20, declining makes it 4th and 8. On 4th down the offense should punt.
how many times u are allowed to try and get the ball 10 yards... 1st down is ur first try... the 2nd... then 3rd... if u dont make it on the 3rd down its fourth down and u either get to try one more time or punt the ball to the other team... if u get the ball ten yards you get a fresh set of downs.
3rd and 49/ 4th and 49 Minnesota vs. Texas Tech 2012 Meinke Car Care Bowl