- n. Plural form of wingback.
“It contains a pair of chintz-covered wingbacks, a red sofa, a 1920s folding dining table and an end table illuminated by a solitary lamp.”
“Don't want to be super picky - but fullbacks are wingbacks.”
“The best athletes of their day, wingbacks are now the stuff of football legend:”
“Collegiate Images/Getty Images George Gipp of Notre Dame, shown here in 1920, was one of the multipurpose ‘wingbacks’ who gave the early ‘Single-wing’ formation its name.”
“I didn't just see mullets; there were wingbacks, razor-straight cuts over the ears, feathered parts down the middle, and Members Only Jacket-style ponytails.”
“Next time, we will feature wingbacks, although some of them could have been included in our speed back feature.”
“For this reason, I have my running backs broken into four groups: speed running backs, big backs, fullbacks, and wingbacks.”
“What the Tide does do is pull guards and use tight ends as wingbacks to block the edge and push back at crashing defensive ends.”
“Poised and powerful wingbacks are severely under-rated in the modern game.”
“Now to my back four, and while I toyed with the idea of a back three, in order to give me more options in the front third, I reasoned that I would still need wingbacks, who were likely to be my fullbacks in a back four anyway.”
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