Thesaurus / completion


Wilkinson’s probe is “nearing its completion,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said last week.
I expected something scary, but the impeccable sound design, terrifying enemy encounters and clever puzzles make it worth revisiting, even after completion.
Even so, the all-star plans pose significant health and logistical challenges, requiring that a minimum of 24 high-profile players fly to Atlanta shortly after the completion of the first half of the season.
His completion rate, yards per attempt and passer rating decline when facing pressure.
It's in large part a result of the completion of the merger between CBS and Viacom, as CBS All Access launched before that merger, but the merger greatly increased the content library that could be put on a streaming service run by the company.
Carson Wentz signed a four-year, $128 million contract extension in 2019 and regressed mightily this season, dropping his completion rate to a career low 57 percent, which resulted in a league-high 15 interceptions thrown.
He said he’s already advocating for the completion of the Otay Mesa East port of entry and other border efficiencies plus continued attention to longstanding border sewage issues that have recently drawn more attention – and cash – from the feds.
On the deep completion along the right sideline to Tyreek Hill shown below, Mahomes rolls to his right, attracting the attention of a nearby linebacker.
In between there was a name change, a public fight among ownership, the completion of quarterback Alex Smith’s remarkable comeback and much, much more.
Lamar Jackson had a 28-yard completion to wide receiver Maquise Brown as part of the 12-play, 60-yard drive.


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