Horrible Coverage (1 Viewer)

usmcorpse

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Explain how a nationally televised game with no less than 10 different cameras located on the sidelines, the rafters, the endzones, heck there prob is a camera in Sir Saints chin. How is it that CBS and the NFL are only able to come up with 2 camera views and one looks like it's an aerial reconnaissance from an SR-71. The Saints lost period, yet with the amount of technology out there all around the field why are there are two views? If it was a kick off return and there was a question if the runner stepped out or not, there would have been multiple views and at least one would provide a definitive view. Instead the other cameras were probably zoomed in on a Saintsation or Whistle Man or The Joker. Everything but the game
 

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Cbs rarely covers a Saints home game because normally Fox does.

I wonder if that had any effect on the number of cameras, etc.
 

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