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Two Point Conversion Chart

Below is a version of the two point conversion chart first developed by Dick Vermeil in the early 1970s when he was offensive coordinator under Tommy Prothro at UCLA. The chart is still used by coaches in helping them to determine whether to go for a two point or one point conversion after a touchdown in various situations.

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1 point Go for 2 1 point Go for 2
2 points Go for 1 2 points Go for 2
3 points Go for 1 3 points Go for 1
4 points Go for 2 4 points Decision
5 points Go for 2 5 points Go for 2
6 points Go for 1 6 points Go for 1
7 points Go for 1 7 points Go for 1
8 points Go for 1 8 points Go for 1
9 points Go for 1 9 points Go for 2
10 points Go for 1 10 points Go for 1
11 points Go for 1 11 points Go for 2
12 points Go for 2 12 points Go for 2
13 points Go for 1 13 points Go for 1
14 points Go for 1 14 points Go for 1
15 points Go for 2 15 points Go for 1
16 points Go for 1 16 points Go for 2
17 points Go for 1 17 points Go for 1
18 points Go for 1 18 points Go for 1
19 points Go for 2 19 points Go for 2
20 points Go for 1 20 points Go for 1