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Team Yards After Catch Allowed: 2013 NFL Season

Team Yards After Catch Allowed measures the total number of yards a teams defense gives up to the opponent teams receivers after the ball is caught. The lower this number the better as it points to a teams defensive ability of preventing additional yards being gained by their opponents after the catch is successfully made.  This statistic can also be an indication of a team's tackling ability, missed tackles means more yards for the receiver.

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