NFL Introducing New In-Stadium Enhancements To Keep Fans Buying Seats

Earlier this month, the NFL announced that the “All-22” coaches film would be available to fans for the low, low coast of $70 per season. Some media folks think it’s a bad move by the league because it could lead to even more second-guessing from fans (is that possible?). The reality is closer to what’s Will Brinson wrote recently: “When people stop complaining and questioning football decisions, that’s when the league will have a problem, because there won’t be any interest in the game.”

Plus, as NFL Films’ Greg Cosell pointed out, just because fans have access to the same information as players, coaches and talent evaluators, it doesn’t mean they’ll suddenly know what to do with it.


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