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Comparison of American football and rugby league

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  1. football can be made because of their shared origins, resulting in similarities and shared concepts in terms of scoring and advancing the ball

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  2. Of all the world's sports (except Canadian football), rugby league is the sport that American football is most similar to

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  3. A touchdown is the American football equivalent of rugby league's try

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  4. Both sports involve the concept of a limited number of 'tackles'/'downs', and in both sports scoring 'touchdowns'/'tries' takes a clear precedence over goal-kicking

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  5. Generally, American football games last much longer than 80-minute rugby league matches

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