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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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Saints 24 Lions 21, 10:37 4th quarter: Brees underthrows and - again - should have been intercepted.
Overthrows from the outfield, underthrows from the infield, easy ground balls bumbled, booted and rolled under benches and cars.
Was Your Little League This Good? Jason Gay 2011
Big, big miss from Brady as he badly underthrows an open Taylor Price downfield on the first play of the new series.
Manning underthrows a deep ball to receiver Steve Smith, who's shaken the cornerback and beaten the safety.
A Closer Look at Eli's Interceptions Aditi Kinkhabwala 2011
You can say he underthrows receivers, you can say he doesn't make great decisions with the ball, you can say he threw a terrible interception with four minutes to go in the game yesterday.
Shanahan, McNabb and race Dan Steinberg 2010
"If Duke quarterback Sean Renfree underthrows it, the underneath man has a chance to bat it down," London said.
'You just look at it and you're like, Oh no, this is not happening' Steve Yanda 2010
If you saw, we had two wide-open lob dunks that we practice every day, and the big guy underthrows it, and we come away with nothing.
It's when a quarterback underthrows a pass or a defensive back slips in front of a would-be interception.
Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local email@example.com ( 2010
There were overthrows, underthrows and dropped passes on both sides.
Fore, right! 2010
If he underthrows him by 10 yards, the play still gains at least 30 yards.
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