Receiving yards: This is a statistic used in football defined as thenumber of yards gained by a receiver on a passing play. Included in the calculation of this statistic is the distance the ball was passed and any additional yardage the player gained after the reception.
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What does yards gained mean in football?
A statistic in football that records the total number of yards gained by a single player as the result of a rushing play (or plays), in which the player carries the football (as opposed to receiving a pass). A statistic that measures the amount of yards gained by an offensive team on completed passes.
What are rushing yards in football?
What are Rushing Yards in Football? Rushing Yards is a statistic in football that measures how many yards a player gained or lost when rushing with the ball, without receiving a pass. The rushing yards numbers can be counted for individual players, or for teams; in single plays, full games, or full seasons.
What does passing yards mean in football?
A statistic that measures the amount of yards gained by an offensive team on completed passes. Passing yards are measured for a given completion as the number of yards from the original line of scrimmage and the point that the player was tackled, forced out of bounds, or entered the end zone for a touchdown.
What happens if you get pushed 2 yards back in football?
However, if a player is pushed 2 yards back by other players, his rushing yards total will not be reduced. Running backs are usually the players who rush the most and thus have the most rushing yards, but other players such as quarterbacks and wide receivers also have significant rushing yards numbers.