- In direct confrontation or conflict at close quarters: The two brothers went at it head-to-head.
- Arranged in a line with the heads adjacent to each other: The bunk beds were set up head-to-head.
- Running close together in the same direction; neck and neck: The horses ran head-to-head.
- In a very close one-on-one situation.
- Unlike some fantasy sports, like baseball, which measure teams against one another, via an overall statistical system, fantasy football participants compete head-to-head each week.
- Fighting Video Games:These games usually involve a player's character fighting head-to-head with a computer-controlled character or with another player's character.
- Take turns guessing clues in "Head-to-Head" or "Free For All" games, or try the "Showtime" game and play by the rules of Merv Griffin's CROSSWORDS game show.
- In other words, you draft your players, much like you do in fantasy football leagues and other fantasy leagues, but you do not play a head-to-head schedule.
- Although a season-long rotisserie style is available at most online sites, classic fantasy sports enthusiasts usually prefer to play head-to-head.