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  • noun Plural form of measurable.

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Examples

  • But relative to other receivers who are the "best" on their respective team, Johnson -- despite an immense advantage in measurables -- doesn't measure up.

    David Berri: The Calvin Johnson Myth

  • But relative to other receivers who are the "best" on their respective team, Johnson -- despite an immense advantage in measurables -- doesn't measure up.

    David Berri: The Calvin Johnson Myth

  • After all the spreadsheets and character checks and chatter about 40-yard-dash split times, Wonderlic scores and "measurables" -- because heaven forbid if you don't have good "measurables" -- Tom Brady was passed on about five times each by 31 teams, including the New England Patriots, before they finally plucked him in the sixth round.

    These Washington Redskins will do the right thing and draft a left tackle

  • He's not going to impress with his measurables, which is why there are some questions about him at the combine.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • The department had merely presented to the committee a "glossy overview", and should rather concentrate on "measurables" and how those responsible for implementation would be held to account, he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • We sit and look at these numbers and stats and what the talking heads call "measurables," trying to decide who is going to make it as a pro and who isn't.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • We sit and look at these numbers and stats and what the talking heads call "measurables," trying to decide who is going to make it as a pro and who isn't.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • Given all of the hot air spent analyzing players '"measurables" leading into the draft, it might appear that proven talent takes a back seat to vertical leaps and stopwatches.

    statesman.com - Highschool

  • Given all of the hot air spent analyzing players '"measurables" leading into the draft, it might appear that proven talent takes a back seat to vertical leaps and stopwatches.

    statesman.com - Highschool

  • If USC's Rey Maualuga is being victimized in most mock drafts by the NFL's habitual over-reliance on the "measurables" created at the annual combine workouts, that doesn't mean he doesn't enjoy high esteem on Tony's board.

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