Of course, a touchdown in football is actually worth six points.
While discussing the proposed change on ESPN, Paolantonio speculated that the successful conversion of 2-point tries would increase from 47.5% in 2014 to 60-65% by moving the extra-point attempt closer to the end zone.
The NFL owners meetings where teams will discuss and vote on proposed rule changes are this week.
While the focus will be on popular topics such as replay challenges, catches, and the number of overtime possessions, there is one potential rule change gaining support that would essentially eliminate one of the most basic concepts of football, the 7-point touchdown.
I got to thinking: if the advice is truly great advice, won’t that be self-evident? When I decided to write about the topic of skill-based gaming, I started by listing a few topics to touch on and the list just kept growing. So, what you are reading is the first feature article about Getting the Most Out of Your Skill System. And unlike some of my previous articles, its more broadly applicable.
I have a feeling none of you will buy it if I just say “they are about awesome! In discussing those games on Twitter, a few folks have brought up some common issues they’ve run into and some great discussions got started.