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Three New Extra Point Proposals for NFL

The NFL will meet next week in San Francisco to discuss three new extra point proposals, according to an AP report. The three proposals were made by the New England Patriots, the Philadelphia Eagles and the league’s competition committee. The proposals are very similar to what’s in place now but with a few minor changes. Three-fourths of the majority (24 owners) must agree on a proposal for it to pass. All extra point attempts are currently from the two-yard line.

Here are the three proposals:

Patriots – One-point attempts from the 15-yard line, making it a 32 or 33 yard field goal attempt. Two-point attempts from the two-yard line.
Eagles – One-point attempts from the 15-yard line, making it a 32 or 33 yard field goal attempt. Two-point attempts from the one-yard line; defense can score two points if it returns a turnover to the opposing end zone.
Competition committee – One-point attempts from the 15-yard line, making it a 32 or 33 yard field goal attempt. Two-point attempts from the two-yard line; defense can score two points if it returns a turnover to the opposing end zone.

All three are very similar proposals, which could be a sign that one might pass.

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