1) If a player is slacking it, they see it clear as day. Anyone who has coached or been in athletics knows you can spot the slacker easily - the guy who just trots off to start his route, the OL who just patty cakes and kitty foots his steps. This will be backed up with numbers, now. Those numbers might show CJ at half go is still twice as quick as Choice in velocity. It might show that FJ is more powerful to the right and this could help with game calling.
2) I truly hope that our coaches are real coaches. They can identify talent and they can direct it without the glitz and glamour.
1) How much would you rely on it? Seeing that WR make an angle change and still only lose 4% of his speed going to mean anything more then him dropping 2 passes in practice?
2) Could this encourage practice pre madonna's? Guys who go for the numbers on the computer vs. the ball on the field?
1. Easier to see a player dropping passes, they want to know the things they can't see. Of course you can see a guy like Donald Jones dropping passes and know he isn't that good.
2. Lol if you don't perform in game you won't be on the field for long so this question really doesn't matter. Like I said with the first it is for everything coaches CANT see.
With both of your questions have nothing to do with the equipment since the coach can see all of those things that are wrong. If you listen to the video you can find out what the equipment is for.
Edited by BuffaloFood, 25 July 2013 - 06:46 AM.