Definitions

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  • noun sports The initiation of offensive play with the intent of scoring a goal (or the equivalent)

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Examples

  • Linebacker Michael Boley called the playmaking, big and small on both sides of the ball, "want-to."

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  • Although primarily known as a playmaking centerman, Toews showed his goal-scoring skills with a hat trick in Game 4 against the Canucks.

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  • With the kind of playmaking that put two Super Bowl rings on his fingers, the Steelers quarterback connected on a 58-yard pass to rookie Antonio Brown with less than two minutes to go.

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  • With the kind of playmaking that put two Super Bowl rings on his fingers, the Steelers...

    STEELERS ADVANCE

  • With the kind of playmaking that put two Super Bowl rings on his fingers, the Steelers quarterback connected on a 58-yard pass to rookie Antonio Brown with less than two minutes to go.

    STEELERS ADVANCE

  • With the kind of playmaking that put two Super Bowl rings on his fingers, the Steelers...

    STEELERS ADVANCE

  • With the kind of playmaking that put two Super Bowl rings on his fingers, the

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  • With the kind of playmaking that put two Super Bowl rings on his fingers, the Steelers quarterback connected on a 58-yard pass to rookie

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  • In simplest terms, Finley later last season began showing the kind of playmaking talent that teams search for high and low.

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  • "We had to get some kind of playmaking this week as far as turnovers," said LaBoy, who has five sacks.

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