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Aug 26, 2021

[Answer] 4. When would you try to maneuver a two-point conversion?

Step 1 : Introduction to the question "4. When would you try to maneuver a two-point conversion?"



...1. After recovering a fumble on the 35 yard line 2. On 2nd down 3. After scoring a touchdown 4. Instead of punting the ball away If the offense is down by a couple points, or way ahead, the offense may try a two-point conversion. You try to get a two-point conversion after scoring a touchdown and instead of the extra-point. To manuever a two-point conversion, you get the ball at the two-yard line and try to get it into the end zone.




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After scoring a touchdown:


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