English version

yardage in American football topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishyardageyard‧age /ˈjɑːdɪdʒ $ ˈjɑːr-/ noun technical  1 [uncountable]DSA the number of yards that a team or player moves forward in a game of American football2 TM[countable, uncountable] the size of something measured in yards or square yards a large yardage of sail
Examples from the Corpus
yardageDutton completed 24 of 32 passes while setting a career high for yardage.But few got their hands on it more than Danny Grewcock, nor made yardage as consistently.He found Derrick Fenner and Daryl Hobbs on short passes; they each gained nice yardage after the catch.Plenty of yardage and points and no control of the clock.smaller yardages of fabricMaybe he was talking about the yardage.The yardage on the card often bears little relation to the club you select.The yardage was the fifth-best performance by a Chargers runner.The yardages for each tournament are the single most important function of a caddie.