sackless

sackless

(ˈsækləs)
adj
obsolete innocent or not deserving of punishment
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Chris Clark replaced Clady and, like Ramirez, has generally held up well, although Manning was sacked and stripped in three straight games from the blindside before a sackless performance against the Kansas City Chiefs, who came into Denver last week with a league-leading 36 sacks and left with that same number.
AS a supporter of the RNLI I am disappointed that their good name is being abused by Paul and Rachel Chandler - sackless arrogant people who ignored all warnings as to their voyage in the Indian Ocean.
Parents and councillors are free with the expression "poor families" yet this is mainly due to the sackless financial management of the said parents, the benefit system more than provides sufficient funds to feed their children.
While left guard Nate Livings and rookie tackle Anthony Collins held the Steelers sackless in their last outing, it might be a stretch to see that happening against the Ravens, who probably won't let up as they are in striking distance of the AFC North division lead.
Hummers are midges, a limmer is a scoundrel, to be sackless is to be innocent, a scrapple is a fight or disturbance and yedd means to go.
Holes were opened for the backs, MSU's Neil Smith was sackless for the first time this season and Fiske was sacked just once but may have broken a finger on the play.
Tumey, desperate to generate a pass rush from his sackless line, moved Jeff Ruckman from defensive end to nose guard to fortify the middle.
Parents and councillors are free with the expression "poor families" yet this is mainly due to the sackless financial management of the said parents - the benefit system more than provides sufficient funds to feed their children.