How NFL Teams Can Take Advantage of 2-Point Conversions

June 20, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This June, two-point conversion talk has generated some of the hottest takes in the NFL world. Teams have had the option to go for two since 1994, but it wasn't until last year that a rule change, forcing one-point conversion attempts to be snapped from the 15-yard line, changed the game.
Due to that rule change, some thought 2015 was going to be the season we'd see the invasion of two-point conversions. It didn't unfold that way, but with the way some in the sport are cosigning two-point conversions as their preferred full-time approach to points after a touchdown, this coming year can easily be a pivotal one in the history of the NFL.
Just last week, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger stated he wanted the offense to go for two-point conversions after every touchdown. This then led to similar comments from both Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy and New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees.
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