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Sep 13, 07, 01:03 PM #61Originally Posted by RowdyRedRamAdvertisement
Sep 13, 07, 01:04 PM #62Originally Posted by RowdyRedRam
I never said it was the reason for the Patriots winning the Super Bowl.
Taking it to a different level with the cameras is where the problem lies.
Don't you think knowing what and where something is coming is a huge advantage?
You did say they shouldn't get punished.
Sep 13, 07, 01:05 PM #63Originally Posted by 98NCCalum
Sep 13, 07, 01:11 PM #64Originally Posted by LRCW
I do not think that it provides a reliable method of game planning. If a team feels thier calls are being comprimised, they can simply change it up and cause especially problematic issues for a team that thinks they have the opponet scoped out.
Sep 13, 07, 01:12 PM #65Originally Posted by RowdyRedRam
Sep 13, 07, 01:12 PM #66Originally Posted by RowdyRedRam
Hall of Famer Brett Favre, Hall of Famer Hines Ward?
Do they count?
Sep 13, 07, 01:13 PM #67
Maybe they should just share each others play sheets before the game so no one has an advantage...
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Sep 13, 07, 01:19 PM #68Originally Posted by RowdyRedRam
Sep 13, 07, 01:31 PM #69Originally Posted by stickymitts
Lets look at this from a higher prospective. This can be as effectively done by a guy with binoculars and a pen pad. Every possible bit of scouting trys to uncover what the opponet will be doing in certian situations. Without this method teams are still going to have a strong idea as to what teams will do in most circumstances. The PROCESS OF KNOWING WHAT THE OPPONET WILL DO IS ALREADY BEING DONE, using a camera just makes it a little easier.
Also the play calling can easily be disguised.
Sep 13, 07, 01:37 PM #70Originally Posted by 98NCCalum
Alright, I don't completely believe that. But I take it personally to have my credibility questioned.
Sep 13, 07, 01:42 PM #71Originally Posted by RowdyRedRam
As for your prior post. The accumulation of multiple games takes away the opportunity to change your signals. He would've literally been prepared for anything...
Also, it's not a coincidence that he was caught by the Jets. Which means he's been doing this for a long, long time...IMO...
Sep 13, 07, 01:44 PM #72Originally Posted by RowdyRedRam
Sep 13, 07, 02:00 PM #73Originally Posted by stickymitts
Another aspect that I haven't got into yet is how hard it would be to use this info. Calling a play within the short time frame between when a defensive play is called, the call is interpreted, and the correct adjustment with the personnel already on the field is difficult on top of everything else the QB is trying to manage.
If a team is banking on offensive success because of this method, they will run into trouble.
Sep 13, 07, 02:08 PM #74Originally Posted by RowdyRedRam
Sep 13, 07, 02:10 PM #75The main issue is the ability to break down and study the tape...