I watched some more of it over the weekend and enjoyed it.
Looks like teams are having difficulty with the extra point decisions. They seem to be going for the 2 point conversion from the 5 yard line more than the 1 point from the 2 yard line and the 3 point from the 10 yard line.
The numbers are overwhelming, very few extra points are being converted.
I have to think if I were a coach with those options, I'd run it from the 10 yard line after every touchdown. I just opens the field up so much more and the odds aren't that much different for the payout of 3 points.
In Sunday's game, Dallas scored a TD to pull within 3 points about mid way through the 4th Q. Instead of going for the tie, they tried for 2 to pull within 1. With the opportunity right there for a tie, one play away...they tried for 2. Why wouldn't any coach go for 3 there? On the very next drive, they allowed a TD with about 3 minutes left and found themselves down by 2 scores, instead of what could have been just a TD.