In the NFL, no. In other levels of football, yes, and it is worth 2 points.
No.In the NFL, if a pass is intercepted on a two-point conversion, the play is dead.In college football, if a pass is intercepted on a two-point conversion, the intercepting team is given the opportunity to gain as much yardage as they can. Should they run the ball all the way into the end zone, they are awarded two points.
Billy Andrews from Clinton Louisiana intercepted Joe Namath ran it back for a TD....
If a team attempts a two point conversion after scoring a touchdown and the ball is fumbled and recovered by the defense or if a pass is intercepted by the defense who then run the ball back to the other end zone the defense team will be credited with the two points. This is called a defensive conversion. Note that this rule only applies in college football. In the NFL, the defense can't score on a point-after attempt.
no it can't it will just stop them from making the 2 point conversion which sucks but that is the facts.
In college football, yes, except it counts as a 2-point "defensive conversion," not a touchdown. In the NFL, no. As soon as the defense takes possession, the ball would be dead.
it was of champ bailey against the new enggland patriots in 2006 ita was for 1002 yards because he intercepted it i the endzone and take it back to the 1 tard line
there are 6 points for a conversion. if you make a field goal it is one point and a two point conversion is two. a safety is two points for the defense and then they get it back from a kickoff. (don't use a tee after a safety.)
You can either 1) Go for a field goal 2) Fake a field and go for a two-point conversion which can only be scored by throwing or running the ball back into the endzone.
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Al Harris of the Green Bay Packers. Harris intercepted a Matt Hasselback pass in overtime and ran 52 yards for a TD to give the Packers a 33-27 victory over the Seattle Seahawks in the Wildcard round of the playoffs on January 4, 2004.
If the player is tackled in the endzone it's a touchback and the ball will be spotted at the 20. But if he runs it all the way back it's a touchdown.AnswerIn the NFL, that's not possible. The play would be whistled dead once the offense had lost control of possession. In college and Canadian football, however, the defense would be awarded a 2-point defensive conversion for successfully running the ball back to the opposite end zone.
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Corner Back Tracy Porter intercepted Peyton Manning, returning the int 74 yards for a score, sealing the victory for the Saints.
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That was Marcus Allen who was playing with the Chiefs when he scored his 100th touchdown against the Raiders on October 3, 1993.
John Gilliam. But the touchdown occurred in Tulane Stadium in September 1967, not the Louisiana Superdome.
they probably had a foul or the player made an illegal move.
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Six for the touchdown, followed by: * One point for a kicked PAT. * Two points for a PAT on a ball that's successfully carried back into the end zone.
A touchdown is scored in football when a player carries the ball over the opposing players' goal line, or if he catches a pass in the end zone. Another way to score a touchdown is if the offensive team has its back close to the end zone and the quarterback has to step into the end zone to make his play and there is a fumble. If the defensive team recovers they score a touchdown.