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intercept

(ĭn-tĕr-sĕpt′)
The point at which the line representing a function intersects an axis.
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No NFL team has more interceptions this year than the Bears' 25, while no NFL starting quarterback has allowed fewer interceptions than the Packers' Aaron Rodgers, who has been picked off just once in 495 throws.
Tagovailoa, who threw just four interceptions all season, still has a good shot at the Heisman despite an uneven performance in the SEC Championship.
During Oregon's 52-49 double-overtime loss at California, Davis Webb was 42-of-61 passing for 325 yards with five touchdowns and no interceptions. The senior was sacked twice.
In an effort to constantly improve their products and to satisfy customer needs, INVEA-TECH released a new product intended for execution of lawful interceptions offering a different approach.
While the previous two NFL games played at Wembley were nail-biters, the result of this one seemed inevitable as soon as Patriots safety Brandon Meriweather ran back an interception for a touchdown after only two and a half minutes.
Super Bowl wins 1 (2003) Wins in last five seasons 9-12-7-5-11 Head coach Jon Gruden (career record 78-60) Most passing yards Chris Simms 446 Most rushing yards Cadillac Williams 59 Most receiving yards Joey Galloway 161 Most sacks Dewayne White 2 Most interceptions Derrick Brooks 1 Unsung hero CB Ronde Barber Rookie to watch QB Bruce Gradkowski
The previous all-time interception record for one campaign was 12.
Law enforcement officials are permitted to intercept, record, and use these conversations as evidence, provided the interception is accomplished lawfully.
We have had interceptions from this look against a QB who, believing we were playing 3-deep, threw an out pattern, only to find us in man-free with our corners able to roll up and break out on the pattern.
The European Parliament decided on 5 July to establish a Temporary Committee to investigate the existence of the Echelon interception, the activities of which are described in the STOA (Scientific and Technological Options Assessment) report on the development of surveillance technologies and the risk of abuse of economic information.Roland Genson reviewed the legal framework governing cross-border interceptions in the European Union recalling that then issue is covered by the Convention on mutual legal assistance between Member States on criminal cases, adopted in May (see European Report Nos 2486 and 2505 for further details).
Ray Zellars' 15-yard score lifted the New Orleans Saints to a 19-14 win over the Carolina Panthers, while Rod Woodson had two interceptions and Jermaine Lewis returned a punt 69 yards as the Baltimore Ravens beat the New York Jets 24-10.
Last week the Bears got 4 picks off Rams Pro Bowl QB Jared Goff, who had thrown just two interceptions in the previous six games.