The climbing immediately below the Football Field is pretty mellow, but you are well over 5,000 meters, so even mellow can leave you breathless. Most teams will benefit from taking a good break here before the final push to the top.
This is a good point at which to pause and have a candid check-in with each member of your team. If you are more than eight hours into your summit day, give some serious consideration as to whether or not each member of your team has enough gas in the tank to climb the remaining 800' to the summit. While only 800', it's still close to two hours away.
Consider how your rope team will travel up, and down, Pig Hill. It might be appropriate to slam in a snow picket or two to better protect a team of tired and dehydrated climbers. Before descending, it might help to regroup, drink and eat, if conditions permit taking a few extra minutes.
There is a nice flat area atop Pig Hill where you can collect yourselves before heading out the ridge. Sometimes climbers put in a trail to the ridge that bypasses this spot. This slightly shortens the climb to the top, but it can be beneficial to take another pause point before heading to the top, especially if the wind is howling or your team is knackered.