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fumble

[′fəm·bəl]
(industrial engineering)
An unintentional sensory-motor error that may be unavoidable.
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This also reinforces ball security with our offensive players.
We know it was one where we let ourselves down in quite a few areas, our ball security and control was very ordinary and it was a big disappointment to everyone.
The only thing I was worried about was ball security," McKnight said.
For example, Washington have ranked third in the league at ball security, coughing up only four fumbles and being intercepted just three times.
They lost three in as many possessions to start the second half against Miami and are sure to have worked extensively on ball security because they can't afford many empty possessions.
During the week, Mariota said one aspect of his game that needs work is ball security.
A lack of accuracy and ball security have been his two biggest issues.
Other than working on accuracy, ball security and consistency, the 6-foot-4 signal-caller did not elaborate on the feedback he received from the NFL.
This game comes down to three things: ball security, third downs and the red area,'' receiver Julian Edelman said.
When Byron Marshall was running amok through over-matched high school defenses, ball security wasn't something that worried him.
Ball possession and ball security is at the absolute top of the list when it comes to winning and losing football games,'' Belichick said.
Ball security is at the top of the list for Sheldon, which went undefeated during its Class 6A championship seasons of 2009 and 2012, and lost its only game in 2010 in the state quarterfinals and in the championship game in 2011.