How many NFL games have never had a punt?

Since the "No Punt Game", there have been three other regular season games with zero punts by either team. Two came in 2014: during week 4 as the Green Bay Packers defeated the Chicago Bears 38–17, and in week 8, as the New Orleans Saints beat the Packers 44–23.

Has there ever been an NFL game without punts?

Sept. 13, 1992

They are punters, and for the only time in NFL history, a game is played without either team punting. Wilmsmeyer and Mohr warm up several times, but neither gets the call.

What was the shortest football game ever?

The shortest NFL game of all-time took place in 1996 between the San Diego Chargers and Indianapolis Colts and it lasted just two hours and 29 minutes. The Chargers defeated the Colts, 26-19, in what is also the highest-scoring of the shortest NFL games.


Has there ever been an NFL game where a team scored on every possession?

The Bills' dominant win over the Patriots included an unprecedented accomplishment in NFL history. Every time the Bills got the ball they scored a touchdown — seven possessions, seven touchdowns — with the exception of kneeling down at the end of each half.

Has there ever been a 0-0 NFL football game?

Surprisingly the last 0-0 game was more than 70 years ago. It was played on 7 November 1943 between the Detroit Lions and New York Giants. The record of the game, though, was sparse. It said the Lions and Giants played before 16,992 in Detroit's Briggs Stadium generating just 214 yards between them.


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Has there ever been a football game with 100 points?

On October 25, 1884, Yale defeated Dartmouth 113–0, becoming the first team to score 100 points in a game.

Can a Super Bowl end in a tie?

In one sentence, the Super Bowl, just like any other playoff game, cannot end in a tie. Should the game remain tied at the end of regulation, the big game will head into an overtime period similar to that of a regular season game. But the overtime itself has a slight difference in the duration.

What is the rarest score in the NFL?

The one-point safety is the NFL's rarest scoring play - SBNation.com.

What is the rarest play in football?

The fair catch kick rule is very rarely invoked, and is one of the rarest plays in football. The rule has been regarded as "obscure", "bizarre", and "quirky". A unique set of circumstances is required for a fair catch kick to be a viable option.


Is it possible to have a 1/0 football score?

It is impossible to have a score of 1 to 0 because a one-point safety can only be scored on a PAT. The same can be said for 2 to 1 and 3 to 1 since there is no PAT after a conventional safety or a field goal respectively.

What's the longest play in NFL history?

He Could Go All The Way: The Longest Plays in NFL History
  • Longest Punt Return: Robert Bailey (1994) 103 yards.
  • Longest Missed Field Goal Return: Jamal Agnew (2021) and Antonio Cromartie (2007), 109 yards.
  • Longest Field Goal: Justin Tucker (2021) 66 yards.
  • Longest Punt: Steve O'Neal (1969) 98 yards.


What is the longest football throw?

Trivia. In 1983 Raiders player Jim Plunkett threw a 99-yard touchdown pass, the longest in NFL history.

What is the most called penalty in football?

In the past three seasons, the five most common penalties have finished in the same order of occurrence:
  • Offensive Holding.
  • False Start.
  • Defensive Pass Interference.
  • Defensive Holding.
  • Unnecessary Roughness.


Is a tie better than a loss in the NFL?

Ties have counted as a half-win and half-loss in league standings since 1972; before that, ties were not counted in the standings at all. NFL teams rarely play for ties. In general, tied games in the NFL are frowned upon by both teams and fans.

What is the record for most combined punts in an NFL game?

The Oakland Raiders have kicked the most punts by a team in a game, with 16 punts against the San Diego Chargers on October 11, 1998.

Has there ever been a 1 point safety?

The one-point safety is so rare, it's NEVER happened in the NFL. According to the NFL's scoring rules under Section 11-3-2-C, the rare one-point safety is awarded when a safety occurs by either team during a “try,” or a point after try such as a two-point conversion or extra point attempt.

Can you have a score of 1 in football?

It is one of the oddities of American football that a team can score 2, 3, 4, 5 or even 222 points in a game, but never 1.


Has an NFL game ever ended 2 2?

There is still a long list of score possibilities up to 70-70 (considered to be the highest "possible" score) that have never happened before in NFL history. Some of the basic Scorigami results are 2–2, 4–0, 4–2, 4–3, 4–4, 5–2, 5–4, 5–5, 6–4, 6–5, 7–4, 8–2, 8–4, 9–4, 11–2, 11–4.

Has there ever been a 4 2 football game?

On Friday, Colonel Zaduk Magruder High (Rockville, Md.) faced off against Walter Johnson High (Bethesda, Md.). The final score was 4-2, in favor of Magruder.

Has an NFL game ever finished 2 0?

However, none have happened since the Chicago Bears beat the Green Bay Packers 2-0 in 1938.

Has there ever been a Scorigami in the Super Bowl?

One of the Seahawks' Scorigamis during this period occurred in Super Bowl XLVIII, when they defeated the Denver Broncos 43–8. Carroll himself has acknowledged his team's frequent Scorigamis, joking to reporters after another game with a unique score: "That's ridiculous.


Has an NFL player ever been paralyzed?

Michael Gerard Utley (born December 20, 1965) is a former American football player. He played for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League from 1989 through 1991, when he was paralyzed during a game.

Is extra time sudden death?

Is extra time in soccer sudden-death? In golden goal, the first team to score a goal in extra time wins regardless of the amount of time left on the game clock. This serves as a "sudden death" ending.

Has a Super Bowl ever been played at home?

Besides the 2020 Buccaneers and 2021 Rams, two other NFL teams have reached the Super Bowl hosted in their home region: the 1984 San Francisco 49ers, who played (and won) Super Bowl XIX in Stanford Stadium, rather than Candlestick Park, and the 1979 Los Angeles Rams, who played Super Bowl XIV in the Rose Bowl, rather ...