The NFL point after touchdown will look significantly different in 2015 after owners approved the competition committee's proposal on altering them.
PATs will now be kicked from the 15-yard-line with two-point conversions remaining at the 2-yard-line. The new rule also gives the defense the ability to score two points by returning a blocked kick to the opposite end zone. On two-point attempts, an intercepted or fumbled ball can also be returned for two points now.
In March, owners ordered the NFL competition committee to come up with a proposal to change what's become the sport's most uneventful play. The extra point was converted at a rate of 99 percent last year, as it's a measly 20-yard attempt for kicks with the ball being placed at the 2-yard line.
PATs will now be attempted from about 33 yards out. The approved rule was one of three proposals considered by owners Tuesday at the NFL's Spring League Meeting.