But Fountain goes further, extending the metaphor beyond the game itself, to the business of the NFL.
This is why legislators should always think very carefully about extending benefits--to workers, to citizens, to legislators.
The next day, the number of shows expanded to 45, and would soon be 50, extending into February 2010.
Despite the perils of force, however, extending the olive branch is not the answer either.
At the same time, the GOP will refuse to act on raising the debt ceiling or extending unemployment compensation.
In this great lake is a mountain which traverses it, going out of the lake and extending north-west.
"Good-evening, Captain Ringgold," said he, extending his hand.
Also the posterior enamel plates of m1 and m2 are remarkably long, extending around the ends of the tooth.
"You are welcome," he said, extending his hand, first to her and then to me.
These extending ends are pointed with a file, and serve to keep the instrument from slipping when in use.
extend ex·tend (ĭk-stěnd')
v. ex·tend·ed, ex·tend·ing, ex·tends
To straighten a limb; unbend.