Because there are so many ways Scoring Settings can be customized, a single play can involve multiple players and generate multiple statistics related to scoring.

Below are a few examples of common plays, exaggerated to meet Bonus requirements.

Player-A passes the football to Player-B for a 40 yard Touchdown.

40+Yard Touchdown Pass & Catch

Player-A

  • Points for 1 Pass Attempt
  • Points for 1 Completion
  • Points for 40 Passing Yards
  • Points for 40+ Yard Passing Bonus
  • Points for 1 Passing Touchdown
  • Points for 40+ Yard Passing Touchdown

Player-B

  • Points for 1 Reception
  • Points for 1 Reception based on Position, WR/RB/TE
  • Points for 40 Receiving Yards
  • Points for 40+ Yard Receiving Bonus
  • Points for 1 Receiving Touchdown
  • Points for 40+ Yard Receiving Touchdown

Player-C Rushes 40 yards for a 1st Down.

40 Yard Rushing for a 1st Down.

Player-C

  • Points for 1 Carry
  • Points for 40 Rushing Yards
  • Points for 40+ Yard Rushing Bonus
  • Points for Rushing for a First Down

Player-A's Pass Attempt is Intercepted by Player-D who returns the football 20 yards for a Defensive Touchdown.

20 Yard Interception Pick-6.

Player-A

  • Points for 1 Pass Attempt
  • Negative Points for 1 Incomplete Pass
  • Negative Points for 1 Interception
  • Negative Points for Pick 6 Thrown

Player-D

  • Points for 1 Interception
  • Points for Returning the Interception 20 Yards
  • Points for 1 IDP Touchdown

Team Defense (of Player-D)

  • Points for 1 Interception
  • Points for Returning the Interception 20 Yards
  • Points for 1 Defensive Touchdown

Player-E Catches a Kick from the 20-Yard Line, and Returns it 80-Yards for a Touchdown.

Player-E

  • Points for 80 Kick Return Yards
  • Points for 1 Special Teams Touchdown
  • Points for 1 Kick Return Touchdown

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