ENOLA -- The world's largest football player lined up Saturday for the Central Penn Piranha in the GDFL playoffs.
Defensive tackle John Taylor, who's simply known as "House," leveled an unsuspecting opposing lineman in Central Penn's 51-12 victory over the Metro (Washington, D.C.) Nemesis at East Pennsboro High School.
Taylor, 35, is 6'11" and weighs 500 pounds.
He entered the game in the third quarter but did not register an official tackle in the game.
The Piranha scored 41 unanswered points in the win.
Darren Echols caught four passes for 114 yards, including two touchdowns from quarterback Mark Jarmon.
Tyree McCants returned an INT for a score for the Piranha, which will face Chambersburg in the Sweet 16 of the GDFL playoffs on September 8.