We're getting closer to the finale and Black's chance at taking the prize seems dimmer each week. After a tearful goodbye to Coleen, Michelle and Renee are upset and frustrated. They feel, and so do I, that Amy made a huge mistake in sending her home. As Michelle said, she handed Vicky to them on a silver platter and now it may be too late to get her out. Jillian is also pretty sure that this is going to backfire on Amy but regardless, it's currently 4 vs. 2 and the numbers are not in team Black's favor.
We all know that Thanksgiving and football go hand and hand so this week, the NFL came to The Biggest Loser: Families. Jerry Rice and Steve Young were on board to make the contestants go through the same drills the players do. They were also going to time them down the combine with the winner getting a pretty nice prize. NFL Play 60 agreed to give the winner $5,000 to donate to the school of their choice and Rice and Young offered to give another $5,000. Vicky, always playing the game, had a sneaking suspicion of just how this challenge would be measured. So she decided to play it slow and fly under the radar. Once they announced that they'd have to do the obstacle course again, with the person that beats their own time the most as the winner, she knew she had it in the bag. Well-played. Everyone was able to beat their times, even if only by a few seconds, and Vicky won. She was very happy to give back to her community, especially since childhood obesity hits close to home for her.
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