In most formations, no.
He's a free safety. In actuality, in most 3-4 defenses, and in Baltimore's especially, there is not discernable difference. The definition of a Strong Safety is somebody who lines up on the strong side of the offense. Ed Reed does this. But he also lines up on the weak side or drops back in to a center field role also. So what is Ed Reed? A safety. On the Ravens, there is no free or strong.
Strong Safety, the defensive back who covers the strong side of the field (i.e., the side where the tight end lines up). The player assists both in stopping the run as well as covering receivers.
the strong safety lines up on the strong side - whichever side the tight end lines up on The strong safety will usually defend the tight end in man-to-man defenses while the free safety will read the offense and determine where the ball is going to be thrown and try to be there to help in defending. Also, generally speaking, the strong safety will help towards the line of scrimmage on running plays. Typically the strong safety is used more in run support and a free safety is used more to defend the pass. Strong safeties are usually slightly bigger, better tacklers, and play closer to the line of scrimmage. Some strong safeties are former linebackers like Michael Boulware of the Seattle Seahawks.
Strong Safety is not called "Strong Safety" because of your strength. It is called that because of the strong side of the field. (the side with more Wide Outs, RB's, or Ends)
Defensive End, Defensive Tackle, Nose Guard, (Left or Right) Outside Linebacker, Middle Linebacker, Cornerback, Free Safety, Strong Safety.
you have 2 safeties and they read the running back if the running back blocks or releases to the strong safety side he comes up and covers the flats and the free safety drops back and plays it like cover 3
Typically, he looks.
the sensor for your side stand may not be working so it thinks the stand is down and cuts out as a safety feature.
the other side of the court
S- Sam, or, strong-side (side with the tight end)M- Mike, or, middleW- Will, or, weak-side
ou probably have a bad side stand safety switchY
the other players have to stand on the other side of the court while a technical free throw is being shot.