YPR

(redirected from Yards Per Rush)
AcronymDefinition
YPRYards Per Rush (football)
YPRYellowstone Public Radio
YPRYaw, Pitch, and Roll
YPRYoung Peoples Revolution (various locations)
YPRYoung Persons Railcard (UK)
YPRYayasan Pondok Rakyat (Indonesian: People's Shelter Foundation)
YPRYellow Pages Research
YPRPrince Rupert /Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada - Digby Island (Airport Code)
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Despite allowing Williams Jr.'s 22-yard run, the defense stuffed the ground game for 72 yards on 30 carries, for an average of 2.4 yards per rush.
Green Bay is allowing 4.5 yards per rush, which ranks 23rd in the league.
The Ducks were a combined 2-for-20 on third- and fourth-down conversion attempts, averaged 2.9 yards per rush and 5.4 yards per pass attempt.
The two were held to 4 yards on seven carries for a microscopic average of .57 yards per rush.
The Saints are allowing a league-worst 5.19 yards per rush attempt and they are getting no pass rush, which is putting pressure on their secondary.
A statistical comparison of the two defenses reveals that the Ravens topped the Bears in points allowed and yards per rush attempt categories, while the Bears defense allowed only four points per game and allowed no points defensively in the Super Bowl.
The hosts' unbeaten record at the top of the BAFA senior league division one north was never in doubt as Zsidisin racked up three touchdowns and 137 first-half yards in a performance that saw him average over ten yards per rush.
Only six teams are allowing fewer yards per rush than the Vikings.
UO had 56 carries and an average of 5.9 yards per rush.
Coach John Harbaugh said Monroe was scheduled to undergo ''a minor surgical'' procedure and will miss ''a number of weeks.'' Monroe has been a key figure on an offensive line that far has enabled the Ravens to average 4.6 yards per rush. In addition, quarterback Joe Flacco has been sacked only three times in three games.
Four of Fangio's players were voted to the Pro Bowl earlier this week, and as a unit, the Bears' defense is in the top five in NFL rankings in points, total yards, yards per play, rushing yards, yards per rush, yards per pass, and third-down percentage allowed, in addition to leading the league in interceptions.
The Jets have allowed 3.8 yards per rush in two games.