The Sears artwork is quite interesting, I like the red background even though the player looks a bit slow (I wonder if the same artist did the Sears version of Code Breaker?).  The Atari artwork uses that blurry motion style which was quite common on early 2600 games. If you look closely at the Atari artwork you'll see the Fuji logo on some of the playerís helmets.  Atari did this with most of their sports games (Team Atari!), but it appears Sears wasnít invited to the party.  The Atari picture has one of those odd 'spheres' in it which was a trademark of the artist as it's seen in numerous early Atari titles.  This one is tough call, but Iím going to give the nod to the Sears artwork since it stands out a bit more.