Translation of handoff in Spanish:


transferencia (de balón), n.

Pronunciation /?h?nd?f/ /?hand?f/


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    (in US football)
    transferencia (de balón) feminine
    • Richie Anderson drops the ball on a handoff one play after Woodson gets away with another pass interference call.
    • What do you call a guy with lightning quickness who catches passes, takes handoffs, throws the ball, returns punts and is more elusive than Barry Sanders?
    • The cold would help the defense on Jones' next carry, as the back lost the football on the handoff from quarterback Chad Hutchinson.
    • Barber said that losing three fumbles in a game of that magnitude and nearly botching a handoff exchange with Collins in overtime no doubt will stick with him despite the celebratory feeling in the locker room.
    • The Bengals will play things conservatively at first as Palmer gets a feel for the NFL, and that means quick throws to playmaking wideouts Chad Johnson and Peter Warrick and lots of handoffs to Rudi Johnson.
    • He has had problem holding on to the ball, taking handoffs, pass blocking and running routes.
    • Whenever the Wolfpack ran a play action pass with a fake handoff to McLendon, the defense would have to respect the threat posed by the running back, giving Rivers' receivers an extra moment to get open.
    • I wish Warrick Dunn would have signed with New Orleans in the offseason so he could get handoffs from Aaron Brooks.
    • He will have to adjust to taking handoffs and catching passes instead of taking snaps, and he has no experience as a blocker.
    • In reliability, consistency, durability and longevity, Smith is the envy of anybody who ever took a handoff.
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    (in rugby)
    rechazo masculine