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This ended the game, The Browns lined up with seconds left to go in the fourth quarter and the score tied at They were trying to hit a game-winning field goal as time expired.
Instead, the field goal was blocked. The ball was in bounds and live, allowing a Raven to pick up the ball and run it back for a touchdown. The clock was at zero by the time the ball was picked up, let alone run back. Coaches came onto the field, shook hands, everyone treated it like game over except for the referees. They made the Ravens attempt a PAT or two-point conversion due to the touchdown. The Ravens sent out their offense, assumed victory formation, and the QB took a knee to end the game.
In both situations there is no possible outcome of the PAT Streetcleaner - Godflesh - Streetcleaner would alter the final outcome of the game.
Why is it required for a game-winning touchdown as time expires in regulation, but not in overtime? A better question would be, why is an extra point Stories Of Old - Depeche Mode - Some Great Reward required in Overtime. That answer is in the Rulebook If a touchdown is scored, the game is over, and the Try is not attempted. Beyond that exception, there is no other exception to the try Game For Life - Rigid Domain - Mandatory.End Of Story.
required. While it Game For Life - Rigid Domain - Mandatory.End Of Story. seem silly, it is nonetheless part of the rules that a try be attempted. Note that while in the particular game at hand, no difference in the outcome was possible, any game with a one or two point difference could still be tied or won by either team if the defense returns the try for a score, or scores a safety.
As such, it's appropriate to require the try of the offense in some cases - and the rules don't tend to be worded with things like "Unless it doesn't matter, you have to I would also direct you to the following page listing the NFL tiebreakers :. If, at the end of the regular season, two or more clubs in the same division finish with identical won-lost-tied percentages, the following steps will be taken until a champion is determined.
Resistance Is Futile - Various - New Age Of Iron Vol. 1 - Teutonic-Swedish Alliance that net points is a factor - although one nearly never relevant, it's still possible for it to matter.
As Santana - Viva Santana ! (DVD), allowing the offense to score a point they're entitled to seems reasonable to me.
Of course, the offense is welcome to kneel down as Baltimore did - particularly when they are far out of playoff contention. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Ask Question. Asked 4 years ago. Active 3 years, 11 months ago. Viewed 3k times. What answer are you looking for to this question which is more than "because the rules say so"? PhilipKendall Rule questions are of course perfectly valid; and in this case there is a more relevant answer.
PhilipKendall there are many rules on the books that have a historical reason. I have read several questions here on the NFL rules that have interesting or odd rationales, and I am curious if such a condition applies here.
Small wording quibble in the question: If the defense returns the kick for a score, it is not a safety, it is a two point touchdown. Safeties are also possible, and result in one point for the other team.
Two Clubs Head-to-head best won-lost-tied percentage in Game For Life - Rigid Domain - Mandatory.End Of Story. between the clubs. Best won-lost-tied percentage in games played within the division. Best won-lost-tied percentage in common games. Best won-lost-tied percentage in games played within the conference. Strength of victory. Strength of schedule. Best combined ranking among conference teams in points scored and points allowed.
Best combined ranking among all teams in points scored and points allowed. Best net points in common games. Best net points in all games. Best net touchdowns in all games. Game For Life - Rigid Domain - Mandatory.End Of Story. toss Note that net points is a factor - although one nearly never relevant, it's still possible for it to matter.
ACD 1 1 silver badge 6 6 bronze badges. Joe Joe 7, 11 11 silver badges 37 37 bronze badges. It makes sense that in a game tied at the end of regulation going to OT, the PAT might not be attempted because the game was close enough to go to overtime: the winning team might not "deserve" a stronger victory. But in regulation there are too many different scenarios where it might matter because we do not know ahead of time that it would not as opposed to OT where we know the game must be tied.
In a game tiedthe PAT should be attempted so the team wins. Deserve has nothing to do with it. I mean it makes sense not to attempt it in OT because it was tied at the end of regulation.
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