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2020 Week 8: Pittsburgh @ Baltimore

Throw by Lamar Jackson - incomplete or interception?
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The ruling on the field is an interception.

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ARTICLE 4. INCOMPLETE PASS

Any forward pass (legal or illegal) is incomplete and the ball is dead immediately if the pass strikes the ground or goes out of bounds. An incomplete pass is a loss of down, and the ball returns to the previous spot.

Note: If there is any question whether a forward pass is complete, intercepted, or incomplete, it is to be ruled incomplete.

A catch is made when a player inbounds secures possession of a pass, kick, or fumble that is in flight. An interception is made when an opponent who is inbounds catches a forward or backward pass or a fumble that has not touched the ground.

Notes:

  1. It is a catch, or an interception, if, in the process of attempting to possess the ball, a player secures control of the ball prior to it touching the ground, and that control is maintained during and after the ball has touched the ground.
  2. In the field of play, if a catch or interception has been completed, and the ball comes loose before the player is down by contact, it is a fumble, and the ball remains alive. It is also a fumble if the action occurs in the end zone of the player who caught the loose ball. If the action occurs in the opponent’s end zone, it is a touchdown or a touchback.

2020 Week 8: Las Vegas @ Cleveland

Pass to Jarvis Landry - touchdown or incomplete?
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The ruling on the field is a touchdown.

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ARTICLE 1. TOUCHDOWN PLAYS

A touchdown is scored when:

  1. the ball is on, above, or behind the plane of the opponents’ goal line (extended) and is in possession of a runner who has advanced from the field of play into the end zone
  2. a ball in possession of an airborne runner is on, above, or behind the plane of the goal line, and some part of the ball passed over or inside the pylon
  3. a ball in player possession touches the pylon, provided that, after contact by an opponent, no part of the player’s body, except his hands or feet, struck the ground before the ball touched the pylon
  4. any player who is legally inbounds catches or recovers a loose ball (3-2-4) that is on, above, or behind the opponent’s goal line
  5. the Referee awards a touchdown to a team that has been denied one by a palpably unfair act
ARTICLE 4. INCOMPLETE PASS

Any forward pass (legal or illegal) is incomplete and the ball is dead immediately if the pass strikes the ground or goes out of bounds. An incomplete pass is a loss of down, and the ball returns to the previous spot.

Note: If there is any question whether a forward pass is complete, intercepted, or incomplete, it is to be ruled incomplete.

2020 Week 8: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Two-point rush attempt by Jamaal Williams - successful or unsuccessful?
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The ruling on the field is an unsuccessful two-point conversion attempt.

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SECTION 41 - TRY

A Try is the attempt by a team that has scored a touchdown to add one point (by a field goal) or two points (by a touchdown) during one untimed scrimmage down (11-3).

ARTICLE 2. RESULTS OF A TRY

During a Try, the following shall apply:

  1. If a kick results in a field goal by the offense, one point is awarded. An artificial or manufactured tee shall not be permitted to assist in the execution of a Try-kick. (The conditions of 11-4-1 must be met.)
  2. If a Try results in a touchdown by either team, two points are awarded.
  3. If the Try results in what would ordinarily be a safety against either team, one point is awarded to the opponent.
  4. If any play results in a touchback, the Try is unsuccessful, and there shall be no replay.
  5. The Try ends when:
    1. either team scores;
    2. the ball is dead by rule; or
    3. a fumble by either team is recovered by a teammate of the fumbling player.

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