So if you're taking off in space and experience four G's, it is like having three of yourself piled on top of you.
|This from an old game with Oklahoma City. That year they boasted|
having a line of all 300-pound plus ladies. What did it feel
like having 1,200 pounds of football players on top of you?
And found a few.
In earlier posts we've noticed football accommodates larger ladies. If you're a small runner taken down by a large line player, you might experience two G's with just one person landing on you.
|I don't know who the runner is but there's one 300 pound|
tackler - that's two G's plus. And the way her body is
being bent looks unnatural. She did come out in good
shape. No injuries. Not sure how.
|This is a pile in progress. I noticed the Dallas player at bottom right|
in the photo. Can't tell how many G's are on top but it looks painful.
|I see Ski at bottom right. A suggestion for tacklers - avoid pulling|
the runner down on top of yourself. Sure looks like an awkward
position with a few G's on top. Ouch.
|Another pile. Would hate to be at the bottom.|
|This one is so much G's of pressure as just uncomfortable. The bigger|
player on top has her knees right on the back of the Outlaw on the
ground. Shin bones are hard. Does that hurt? Ouch.
|Big tackler, small runner. Two G's?|
|Okay, kept this one just because it is funny. Tacklers seem to do|
this a lot, pull the runner down on top of her. Maybe that's just
being kind. Smaller runner sitting on larger tackler.
|I think that's Tiffany at the bottom. Had trouble finding|
good photos of her because she was often hidden
beneath a pile of running backs.
She earned the nickname "Crash Test Dummy."
She also got much better at tackling - it was a matter of survival.