Translation of touchback in Spanish:


touchback, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtətʃˌbæk//ˈtʌtʃbak/


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    touchback masculine
    • Watson nearly caused a touchback, as the ball narrowly missed the endzone on its way out of bounds.
    • The ball was knocked out of his hand at the two-yard line and recovered by the Bengals for a touchback.
    • Against Seattle last week, the Jaguars had four kick-offs go for touchbacks and pinned the Seahawks inside the 10-yard line on consecutive possessions.
    • The second was also risky, as Stanley had not shown his regular touch, and a touchback would have only resulted in a net 11 yards.
    • He has posted 12 touchbacks and has become adept at pushing the ball to one side or the other to reduce the running room for return men.