NFL Television Audio May Give Opponents An Edge
An interesting piece from USAToday.com:
Enhanced, field-level sound has brought NFL television viewers closer to the action on the field – and occasional vulgarities. Might it also enhance the ability of future opponents to hear signals and scout for tip-offs on plays?
The Pittsburgh Steelers employed the no-huddle offense extensively from the start in their 37-27 win last Sunday against the Detroit Lions. Calling signals at the line, Ben Roethlisberger threw for 367 yards and four touchdowns as Pittsburgh used the no-huddle to limit the Lions’ substitutions.