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Thread: There should be a website with every play in the NFL.

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    There should be a website with every play in the NFL.

    In this day and age I should be able to type in a scenario and pull up video of a scenario, just like the coaches.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzSTf2zNOt0

    The rest of the stuff is garbage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustykeller View Post
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    I want every play searchable. I want to review how the giants blew out sf earlier in the season only to get crushed by bal late. Why did we destroy indy and they make the playoffs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobblingjetster View Post
    I want every play searchable. I want to review how the giants blew out sf earlier in the season only to get crushed by bal late. Why did we destroy indy and they make the playoffs?
    It's called "any given Sunday".

    How did we beat NE in the 2010 playoffs?

    Check out NFL Rewind. It may not include everything you want but I think it is the closest thing to what you are describing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    It's called "any given Sunday".

    How did we beat NE in the 2010 playoffs?

    Check out NFL Rewind. It may not include everything you want but I think it is the closest thing to what you are describing.
    Nah. The NFL has everything. It's easily digestible. It's all numbers. Make it searchable. Charge a fee and encode everything.

    It's one of the reasons why the stadium experience sucks and we all watch at home...hubris.

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    nfl rewind gives you every game for the last 3 years or so


    including the coaches endzone view you are apparently trying to get

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobblingjetster View Post
    Nah. The NFL has everything. It's easily digestible. It's all numbers. Make it searchable. Charge a fee and encode everything.

    It's one of the reasons why the stadium experience sucks and we all watch at home...hubris.
    you can buy the all 22 coaching film for online. this has been available all season.

    http://www.nfl.com/coachesfilm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobblingjetster View Post
    Nah. The NFL has everything. It's easily digestible. It's all numbers. Make it searchable. Charge a fee and encode everything.

    It's one of the reasons why the stadium experience sucks and we all watch at home...hubris.
    NFL.com has a service where you can watch the All-22 film from any games over the last few years. I forget how much it costs.

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    I don't think he's talking about just the coaches film. He wants access to the database of plays that every team keeps.

    You can do a search for: Patriots, 1st & 10, 1st quarter, 2009-2012; and pull up a list of all the plays that fit the criteria.

    I don't expect something like that to be available for quite some time. The NFL doesn't keep such a database for themselves, the individual teams do. For now, we merely have to settle for being able to watch every play from every game for the last 3-4 years, with coaches film for the last 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB1089 View Post
    I don't think he's talking about just the coaches film. He wants access to the database of plays that every team keeps.

    You can do a search for: Patriots, 1st & 10, 1st quarter, 2009-2012; and pull up a list of all the plays that fit the criteria.

    I don't expect something like that to be available for quite some time. The NFL doesn't keep such a database for themselves, the individual teams do. For now, we merely have to settle for being able to watch every play from every game for the last 3-4 years, with coaches film for the last 2.
    He must want to chat tendencies. Either that or he works for BB and he wants to get the defensive signals, without a camera on the sidelines

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    It's called "any given Sunday".

    How did we beat NE in the 2010 playoffs?
    Umm... we beat them during the regular season too. Not exactly an "Any Given Sunday" scenario.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobblingjetster View Post
    Nah. The NFL has everything. It's easily digestible. It's all numbers. Make it searchable. Charge a fee and encode everything.

    It's one of the reasons why the stadium experience sucks and we all watch at home...hubris.
    The NFL doesn't do that. The individual teams do. And they will never divulge that info. Teams are paranoid and look for every little advantage, they are not going to give up any information. Your best bet would be for a private website to start charting every game and providing the service. The NFL is never going to do that.

    Why do you want to go to a game and do all that stuff? The idea of going to the game is to be able to cheer in person. I don't like where they are going with the entire stadium experience. Pretty soon nobody is going to be focused on the game. This is part of the reason why the new stadium is like a library.

    IMO they should just accept that more people stay home and target those people by providing them different services. Make money that way and take their losses and lower ticket prices so the rabid fans can stay in the building. Let the techies stay home and enjoy their camera angles.

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    At least 5 super bowls ago there was an IBM commercial with 2 guys talking about "the catch" (I think) and then some IBM guy says soon you will be able to find every play of every game, blah, blah, blah, for the minds of IBM or some such. I can't find the damn commercial but I remember it. Anyone else remember that? link?

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    Just doing some quick math there is about 75,000 plays a year in the league.
    The file tree structure should not be that complicated. 17 weeks, 16 games
    150 plays, and you could file it by what min of the game the ball was snapped
    but to search by down and distance would be tough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patman View Post
    Just doing some quick math there is about 75,000 plays a year in the league.
    The file tree structure should not be that complicated. 17 weeks, 16 games
    150 plays, and you could file it by what min of the game the ball was snapped
    but to search by down and distance would be tough.
    Rumor has it that the Pats have video that would help make the relationship between the play, time down and distance a breeze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trades View Post
    Rumor has it that the Pats have video that would help make the relationship between the play, time down and distance a breeze.
    And the defensive signal along with audio from the microphones under the bench. The pats also have the 1/2 time adjustments from the opposing coaches in the locker room, but those are only available from home games

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    Well first you need the All-22 film, which until very recently wasn't available to the public, even paying subscribers. It now is (though think you need to pay a fee to access it), otherwise you only see what the TV camera sees and often can't see how Safeties and CBs like up, etc...

    From there you just need the manpower to analyze every play of every team in every game.

    There are a bunch of groups out there doing this - Aaron Schatz's Football Outsiders is one of them.

    http://www.footballoutsiders.com/

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    We're fans, not coaches.

    Even if we could break it down, 99% of us wouldn't know what we're breaking down anyway.

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    What the hell do you need that for??

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    I'm surprised nobody has thought of putting pornography on the web
    Other than the buttfumble

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