The Point(s)-After-Touchdown Decision Revisited

In American football, the game and the clock are temporarily stopped after one team scores a touchdown. Then that team has the opportunity to score either one or two extra points. The team can get one additional point by kicking the equivalent of a short field goal. In a more-difficult option, the team can get two additional points by scoring the equivalent of a short touchdown. After this attempt, the game resumes and the clock restarts.

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