1. Making a Passing Grade Wossman (1-1) has shown marked improvement offensively over the 2017 season when it won only two games. Wossman has veteran leadership in the passing game. Quarterback Antrell Green and the Wildcats are averaging 29 points per game after a 37-34 win over Benton and 34-19 loss to Oak Grove. The West Monroe defense has shown its own knack on pass defense led by Brooks Miller (2 interceptions), Zak Knox, Carson Jones, Colton Harvey and a host of other contributors.
2. Ball Control The Rebels will be looking to establish their will on the Wossman defense in the running game. A steady running game featuring quarterback Garrett Kahmann and runningbacks Cam Wright and Charlie Norman would allow the team to keep the Wossman offense off the field and extend drives.
3. The Turnover Battle While the Rebel defense has shown a knack for forcing turnovers in key situations, the offense had two turnovers late last week against McGill-Toolen that they will look to clean up this week and put even more points on the board.