What about a bad snap where no kick, or kick attempt, is made? I realize this counts as a failed conversion for the team, but does it count as a missed kick for the kicker in his stats?
Divide the number of field goal attempts by the number of field goals made. For example, if a player has attempted 300 field goals and made 135 field goals, you would divide 300 into 135. In the example, the player's field goal percentage would be .450 or 45 percent.
make the pointer all the way towards ur guys and then lower it and kick it a little hard. it should bounce off them and go to ur guys.
An American football field is 300 feet by 160 feet in dimension.
A baseball field is 325 feet from Home Plate to the outfield wall on the left and right field foul lines, and 400 feet from Home Plate to the center field wall. (These are minimum dimensions as described in the Official Baseball Rules.)
So although they are different shapes, the fields are quite similar in size.
A punt is when the kicker drops the ball and kicks it before it hits the ground. You cannot score any points on a punt (unless the receiver muffs or fumbles the ball, making it live).
A field goal must be kicked off the ground, either by place-kick or drop-kick, and must travel between the uprights to score. A place-kick is where a holder places the ball on the ground for the kick. A drop-kick is where the kicker does not use a holder, and instead drops the ball and kicks it when it touches the ground or as it bounces off the ground.
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It's always had a fair catch rule. The fair catch originates with calling a mark in rugby.
as long as the team seems fit they will stay on the practice squad as long as the coach says so not the case.. Practice Squad Eligibility A team may establish a practice squad of no more than eight* players who do not have an accrued season of free agency credit or who were on the 45-player active list for less than nine regular season games during their only accrued season. A player cannot participate on the practice squad for more than two seasons.
Yes they can, although that is almost impossible.
A field goal is worth three points regardless of whether it is place kicked or drop kicked.
"N" scale is 1:148 (The UK standard for model trains) but can vary slightly for other modelling
Depending on what football you are talking about, an "N" scale oval would be 1/148 of the actual size for a model railway
i have only been watching nfl for a couple of years but as my understanding goes there are no limitations on a qb crossing the line of scrimmage with the exception that should he cross the line of scrimmage before the ball is snapped his team will inccur a penalty. but as i say he may cross the line for a draw play for instance or on a trick play or just if he sees no alternative though once he is past the line of scrimmage (his entire body pads an all) he may not make a forward pass only backwards or lateral like any other player on the field
An American football field is 120 yards long and 53 1/3 yards wide.
I'm not sure what the question is if your talking about the position Tackle then there can be as many as four 2 offensive and 2 defensive, but if you are talking about the action of Tackling someone there is no set number
Goalposts in American football are 20 feet high, 18 feet 6 inches wide, and have a crossbar 10 feet above the ground that the ball must cross over to make a successful field goal or point after touchdown.
The length of the football defines the width of the neutral zone. When the referee places the ball on the ground, no player on either team (except the center on offense) may may line up with any part of their body inside the neutral zone. The neutral zone extends the entire width of the playing field.
About the same as in the NFL.
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I don't mean to be funny here, but the answer is 'sometimes'.
MLB instituted the use of instant replay during the 2008 season. It can be used to determine whether a ball left the park for a home run and to determine whether there was fan interference on a play. But unlike the NFL, where the coach has a red flag that he throws onto the field to indicate a challenge and instant replay will be used to determine the correct call, the MLB manager has no such ability. All 'challenges' are initiated by the crew chief of the umpires working the game. So it might be possible for the manager to convince the crew chief that the play was called wrongly and have instant replay used. But if the crew chief believes the call was made correctly, and usually he consults with the other umpires to get their interpretation of the play, there is no chance that instant replay can be used.
The assistant referee (or "linesman" as it is sometimes incorrectly called) wears a uniform shirt, shorts, and socks consistent with the referee. The AR also wears black shoes, sometimes with cleats or rubber grips on the sole. The AR will also have a flag, used for signalling when the ball is out of play and when an offside infraction, foul, or other misconduct has occurred. Most ARs will also wear a watch to keep a backup record of game time, red and yellow cards, a whistle, a notebook or score sheet, a pen, and a game coin (just as the Referee has all these things) so that he or she can take the Referee's place in the event of incapacitation. Finally, some professional leagues use a referee communication system, and so the AR will be equipped with this as well, if available.
Yes you can throw a football after a fumble as long as it is fumbled behind the line of scrimmage and it is the only forward pass of the play. Each offensive play is allowed only one forward pass.
A ball advanced beyond the line of scrimmage may be passed or fumbled backward behind the line and then legally thrown forward as long as the feet of the passer are behind the line when he throws the ball and it is the first forward pass during that play.
Typically, a team receives 7 points from scoring a touchdown (6 points), and then kicking the foot ball through the posts for an extra point.
It is also possible through other means such as a field goal (3 points) and two 2-point safeties, or a touchdown and a 1-point offensive safety.
each team has their own balls...from what i've seen each team stamps the name on the side of them..the one I have is a ball from KC, that i got from a front office member at the game in the locker room.
While the punted ball is in the air the returner will raise his right arm straight up above his head and wave his arm and hand from side to side to signify that he is about to make a fair catch.
Yes, but you would probably never see it done since then the play would be about ten yards (where the ball would be held for the PAT try) instead of two yards. Yes.