The Breeze has fourteen spots planned for their active roster. Some women will be playing both offense and defense. Bumps, bruises, and dislocated knees are as common as touchdowns, so dont expect a fluffy powder-puff game. As team spokeswoman Christina Olive says, "These are athletes first. They're pretty girls, yes, but they're athletes first."
There are four games on the Breezes schedule including two home games at the Forum. The first is December 4 against the Chicago Bliss and then January 15 against The New York Majesty.
The games are played on an Arena Football League field with seven players each on offense and defense. There is no punting or field goals, but the only people who care about those are scrawny soccer players posing as NFL players.
The offense has four downs to gain seven yards and drive the ball into the opponent's backfield. (Ok, that was a lame pun, but I promise I'll get better puns as the season begins).
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