Megawattz Offensive Linemen - Guard and Tackle Unpainted Player Set

All new, second generation Competition Figures by Megawattz.

Primary photo shows what you get: a set of two (2) unpainted action figures on a white plastic runner with separate green molded platforms. Assembly required using super glue or equivalent.

Unpainted figure photos show the action figures after assembly, front and back.

Painted and detailed photos show an example of each figure fully painted and sealed with optional paints, decals, chin straps, and face masks (sold separately).

The Guard and Tackle football action figures are simpler to assemble than the first generation Megawattz figures, while still giving you the flexibility to adjust arm angles and platform positions to fit your style of play. Also comes with an extra set of arms to give you more choices!


SKU: MW-01-OL1-OL2
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From celebrated Electric Football designer, sculptor, and artist Bruce Watts comes a line of specialized Competition Figures compatible with regular and 67 Big Men stock Tudor Games figures. You are ordering a set of two (2) unpainted action figures on a white plastic runner with separate green molded platforms. For best results use super glue to position and attach arms and platforms.

What is a Guard?
Two guards line up directly on either side of the center. Like all interior linemen, their function is to block on both running and passing plays. On some plays, rather than blocking straight ahead, a guard will "pull", whereby the guard comes out of his position in line to lead block for a ball carrier, on plays known as "traps" (for inside runs), or "sweeps" (for outside runs), or "screens" (for passing plays). In such cases, the guard is referred to as a "pulling guard". Guards are typically shorter builds than tackles but taller than centers.

What is a Tackle?
Two tackles play outside of the guards. Their role is primarily to block on both running and passing plays. The area from one tackle to the other is an area of "close line play" in which blocks from behind, which are prohibited elsewhere on the field, are allowed. For a right-handed quarterback, the left tackle is charged with protecting the quarterback from being hit from behind (known as his "blind side"), and this is usually the most skilled player on the offensive line. Like a guard, the tackle may have to "pull," on a running play, when there is a tight end on his side. Tackles are typically a taller, longer build than interior offensive linemen, due to the need to keep separation from defensive linemen in pass blocking situations.