I have told you all this before, but I don't like they way that there is a kick covent after a TD in the CFL becase it just looks too easy to me. I'm also don't like it after a Bomber player messed up a kick convent attempt during the Montreal/Winnipeg game a few weeks ago.
However, I was reading something the other day abou this cool rule that was done in the defunct WFL (which is the league that got the NFL to move the goal post back and also chage both the CFL and NFL in other ways, like the Hash Marks) Called an Action Point.
What it is that instead of geiing 6 points on a TD, then kicking for a point for a total of 7 or trying for another TD of 2 points to get a total of 8, the Action Point works like this. A TD is worth 7 points, they are no 1 point covent kicks and the team that scores tries for another TD worth 1 point (hence the term "Action Point") for a total of 8 points.
I'm not sure if teams could chose to run a Action Point after a TD or they allways did it after a TD, in which case I like the latter better case it would increase scores a little (if a teams fails, they still get 7 and I'd blame them less than I would a convent kick) and I'm not sure who came up with it (it could be a Canadain, I just don't know), but I like the idea and I think it should at least be tried in an Exhibution game.
What do you guys think?