wideout

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wide·out

 (wīd′out′)
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THE King of Wideout having been offered the sovereignty of Wayoff, sent for the Three Persons who had made the offer, and said to them:
The Cougars might boast the tallest corps of wideouts anywhere.
Assuming General Manager Brandon Beane does a better job of identifying wideouts than he did with the free agent signing of Kelvin Benjamin, who was a flop, Allen should have more weapons at his disposal.
"He is getting on the same page with his wideouts and those guys played how they are capable of in all phases."
NFL teams are not impressed with this year's crop of wideouts. A month ago the raw but sublimely talented Cordarrelle Patterson looked certain to be the first WR selected, probably in the first ten picks, but his stock has plummeted.
Second-year receiver Cecil Shorts was Gabbert's main target, with eight receptions for 116 yards to lead all wideouts.
The average high school offense is predominantly run-oriented so wideouts must manufacture big plays even if they aren't getting the ball.
The keys to success for Carbondale this and almost every year is a quarterback who can efficiently distribute the pigskin to a plethora of running backs as well as wideouts and an offensive line that can keep opponents' players from disrupting the process.
"An offense that is throwing the ball to wideouts more than ever before, and not a huge number of returning wide receivers, and the cream of the crop facilities, etc.
Reynolds leaves Shrewsbury as one of the top wideouts in school history, making 97 career catches for 1,653 yards and 23 touchdowns for the Colonials - all school records.
Key stat Pittsburgh have won 19 of their last 25 games against Cincinnati Formguide PITTSBURGH at CINCINNATI (a) 23-26 Tennessee (a) 24-34 Cleveland (h) 16-14 Philadelphia (h) 13-17 Miami (a) 31-34 Oakland (a) 27-10 Jacksonville (h) 27-10 NY Jets (a) 38-31 Washington (a) 19-31 Denver (h) 34-27 Cleveland (a) 23-29 Denver (a) 13-44 Baltimore dangerous operators in unsung wideouts Armon Binns and Andrew Hawkins and tight end Jermaine Gresham.
He will step toward the line, and yell "Lucky!" and give a hand signal to the wideouts.