|Lucinda "CPR" "Precious"|
Being a rookie, Jennifer can be excused for not doing things quite the way I would have coached her. In this sequence of photos, you'll see she starts right but... well, let's just look at the pictures.
|Outlaws #75 Jennifer Taylor has eluded her blocker and|
has a clear shot at 280 pound Little Rock Fullback. At just
215 pounds, Jennifer is going to have to overcome a
65 pound weight deficit.
The next photo is the same as the first but zooming in so you can see the faces of the players. In a future post, I'll refer back to this one in explaining how the Outlaws can win against Dallas next Saturday.
|I love the eyes, Jennifer's determination, the runner's surprise,|
in the background Little Rock's blocker realizing her missed
block left the runner exposed, and Outlaws #99 Lakisha Jones
waiting for a huge collision.
In the next shot, you'll see Jennifer violating my "get low" advice. Instead she gets high. A big strong runner like Erica could just ignore Jennifer on her back, carry her piggyback down the field. Unless CPR Benitez joins the battle.
|Jennifer goes high. Not the best strategy for taking down a runner. But CPR arrives |
and aims for the belt buckle. The runner weighs twice what CPR does, literally,
280 pounds versus 140. Does CPR look afraid? Nope.
|Jennifer pulls, CPR pushes. CPR is so much smaller you can hardly see her but she's |
there. Her feet and arms are visible.
|There's CPR! She came out on top.|
In my next post I'm planning to talk about how the Outlaws can defeat the Dallas Diamonds. This photo sequence gives a hint, in particular the second shot where Taylor has a clear shot at the fullback.