Yards Allowed

Some articles on yards allowed, allowed, yards:

Mike Trgovac - NFL Coach
... Since Trgovac joined Carolina in 2002, the Panthers rank fifth in total yards allowed, trailing only Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Denver ... They are also sixth in first downs allowed and rushing yards allowed per attempt, ninth in rushing yards allowed per game and 10th in third down efficiency ...
Chuck Pagano - Coaching Career - NFL
... In 2003, he helped the Browns tie a franchise record for the fewest passing touchdowns allowed with 13 ... In 2006, the Raiders' pass defensive allowed just 151 yards per game, and total defense just 285 ... Pagano's defense finished 3rd in both points allowed and in yards allowed ...
2009 NFL Season - Awards - Team Superlatives - Defense
... Fewest points allowed New York Jets, 236 Most points allowed Detroit, 494 Fewest total yards allowed Detroit, 6,274 Most total yards allowed New York Jets, 4,037 ...
Super Bowl XLI - Background - Teams - Regular Season Statistical Comparison
... per game 26.7 (2nd, tied) 26.7 (2nd, tied) Points allowed per game 22.5 (23rd) 15.9 (3rd) Rushing yards gained per game 110.1 (18th) 119.9 (15th) Rushing ...
Dee Hardison
1980 AFC East Division and helped the Bills defense lead the NFL in fewest passing yards allowed in 1978 and the AFC in 1979 and 1980 and NFL in fewest total yards ...

Famous quotes containing the words allowed and/or yards:

    ... we’ve allowed a youth-centered culture to leave us so estranged from our future selves that, when asked about the years beyond fifty, sixty, or seventy—all part of the average human life span providing we can escape hunger, violence, and other epidemics—many people can see only a blank screen, or one on which they project fear of disease and democracy.
    Gloria Steinem (b. 1934)

    The growing of food and the growing of children are both vital to the family’s survival.... Who would dare make the judgment that holding your youngest baby on your lap is less important than weeding a few more yards in the maize field? Yet this is the judgment our society makes constantly. Production of autos, canned soup, advertising copy is important. Housework—cleaning, feeding, and caring—is unimportant.
    Debbie Taylor (20th century)