TV, despite formidable technology, doesn't really give us the whole game.
From my typical endzone seat one can see so much more of the game. You can see numbers, motions, formations and the lonely jobs of the defensive backs.
The typical sideline camera angle is just getting less acceptable to me.
The game really looks a lot more impressive from that end-zone angle because you can see how much the pros play in space, not all bunched-up looking like the side view tends to show.
Blocking and tackling looks so difficult when it is done in space and so many viewers who don't go to games, pro games anyway, are just not aware of that level of skill.
Maybe they could show us some end zone views instead of:
Cute girls getting horrible sideline interviews. Get nekked and I'll be interested.
Shots by fabulous HD cameras showing pores, nose hairs and carefully guarded expressions of players. Just because you can virtually shove a camera up a person's nose doesn't mean you should.
(I do have a soft spot for shots of Al Davis and Jerry Jones. That is different).
I would like views of fans who run out onto the field getting leveled. We would all like that. Don't show their face, pixelate it so as to not give them any publicity.
No more shots of sad clowns in costumes, sign-holders or any publicity seekers. Seriously, some of these people are mental. It isn't cute anymore. How often do we have to see the Old Codger playing a ukalelee or those very strange Raider guys in cartoon suits? Did the guy with rainbow hair go away? Good lord, did anybody at all ever think he was worth two seconds of air time?
Hot girls are ok, clearly.
We need a wider, more inclusive view to see the true story. Hope a TV person or two thinks about this.