Megawattz Wide Receiver 1 and Wide Receiver 2 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 Wide Receiver 1 and Wide Receiver 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-WR1-WR2
Only 8 left

Availability: In stock

$9.95

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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 Wide Receiver?
An offensive position in football who are eligible to receive forward passes and are split out wide near the sidelines. There are various versions of a wide receiver including the split end who lines up on the line of scrimmage, the flanker who lines up a few yards behind the line of scrimmage, the slot receiver who lines up between the split end and flankers and lineman and the slot back who lines up in the offensive backfield. Also referred to as "Wide Outs."

A wide receiver that plays as a split end is also referred to as an X receiver. When a wide receiver plays as a flanker he is also referred to as a Z receiver. The wide receiver will be lined up in the same fashion whether as a split end or a flanker. The only difference is as a flanker the wide receiver will be behind the line of scrimmage instead of on it. These receivers are key players in almost all passing plays. They are the most agile and fastest players in the game.