Jolly Good Fellow
Lead him a bit more and you might hit the receiver in stride for a big gain. Or have the ball batted down if the defender turns his head in time.
I'm OK with the outcome.
I'm OK with it too. There looked to be a 2 or 3 yard seperation between the receiver and defender. That's quite a bit of space at this level to get the ball into the receivers hand. Usually at this level and beyond, that time it takes to slow up or turn is the difference between a 24 yard gain and a TD.