The act of touching the football down behind the opponents' goal; also the score (6 points) resulting from such a play.
The offense's ball carrier enters the defense's end zone. Worth six points. Maali (Pinomaa) "Teedee"
a score in American football; being in possession of the ball across the opponents' goal line
The most valuable score in American football, worth six points. A touchdown is scored when a player takes the ball across the other team's goal line or when he catches the ball in the opponent's end zone. Despite the term 'touchdown' the player does not have to touch the ball down to score six points.
The act of advancing the ball into the end zone. This is usually done by the offense. In 11-person football, the defense can create or respond to a “turnover” then advance the ball into the opponent's end zone for a touchdown. In GRFL play, the play is considered over when a turnover happens. If there is fumble, the ball is placed at spot of the fumble and the offense retains possession (unless the play was forth down and the defense failed to convert). If the ball is “intercepted” by the defense, the defense retains possession and the ball is placed as indicated by the GRFL Rulebook- see GRFL Rulebook).
Six points awarded for running or catching a passed ball into the end zone.
Carrying the ball into, or catching the ball in, the opposition's end zone. Worth six points.
To score in American football. Think of it like a goal in soccer. In business, a great success.
When any part of the ball, legally in possession of a player inbounds, breaks the plane of the opponent's goal line, provided it is not a touchback.
a play worth six points, accomplished by gaining legal possession of the ball in the opponent's end zone. It also allows the team a chance for one extra point by kicking the ball or a two point conversion; see "try" below.
when a team crosses the opponent's goal line with the ball, catches a pass in the opponent's end zone, or recovers a loose ball in the opponent's end zone; earns a team 6 points.
A six-point scoring play that occurs when one team crosses the other team's goal line with the ball in its possession.
If a member of one team catches or carries the ball in the opponents' end zone without being called out of bounds, the team with the ball scores a touchdown, which is worth six points, and an opportunity to score more points in an extra point or two point conversion.
when the football crosses the end-zone line (worth 6 points)
Scoring play worth 6 points in the American version of football. Can only be achieved by True Christians.
A scoring play worth 6 points in which the ball is primarily either run with or passed across the opponents' goal line, with the player remaining legally in bounds. Scoring touchdowns is the essence of winning football games. The defense also can score touchdowns, by returning an interception across their opponents goal line, or by recovering a fumble in the end zone.
A touchdown is the primary method of scoring in American and Canadian football. To score a touchdown, one team must take the football into the opposite end zone. This can be done by rushing, in which the ball carrier carries the football forward into the end zone.