Teams more successful going for two

Teams are attempting two-point conversion less often, but succeeding more often.

Updated: November 18, 2004, 1:01 PM ET
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

Two points, appropriately enough, on two-pointers in 2004.

First, the two-point option is being used by coaches far less than in most previous seasons. Second, the success rate for two-point conversions is on pace to be the highest since the NFL, amid some controversy, adopted the college rule in 1994.

Through the first 10 weeks of this season, teams have converted 21 of 41 two-point tries following touchdowns. The 51.2 percent success rate tops the previous best, 50.9 percent in 1994, ...

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