Belichick issuing challenge

In his press conference Friday at Gillette Stadium, Patriots coach Bill Belichick advocated for using better camera angles, enabling coaches on the field to make better determinations as to whether or not to challenge a particular play, reports Michael Vega of The Boston Globe.

“Well, that is the whole issue with instant replay,” Belichick said. “When you challenge a play, you have no way of knowing what the camera angles are. That’s why I said, going all the way back to the Denver game in 2005, if we at least had a camera placed like in tennis, on the goal line, the end line, and on the sideline so you have six cameras [and] you know that [if] the play involved any one of those positions, you at least have a camera angle on it, so you know what you are challenging.” More.

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