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Megawattz Strong Safety 1 and 2 Unpainted Player Set

All new, second generation Competition Figures by Megawattz.

Primary photo shows what you get: a set of two (2) unpainted and unassembled 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.

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 Strong Safety 1 and Strong Safety 2 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.

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SKU: MW-01-SS1-SS2
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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 and unassembled 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 Strong Safely?
A position on defense commonly in the defensive backfield. The strong safety plays in the middle of the field on the strong side of the formation, closer to the line of scrimmage than the free safety. The strong safety is more involved in stopping the run and guarding the tight end on passing plays. The strong safety tends to be the larger of the two safeties, and he must be a sure tackler with solid cover skills.

The strong safety has the largest variety of responsibilities on the defense. A strong safety will approach the line of scrimmage to assist in stopping the run, giving the defense an extra defender on the strong side of the field. Strong safeties also have the responsibility of adjusting their position to assist in pass coverage against tight ends or slot receivers. Strong safeties need to be bigger and stronger than free safeties since they play closer to the line of scrimmage and have to be able to fight off tight ends, fullbacks and other larger blockers. Strong safeties also get called on to blitz the quarterback from time to time.