End-zone cameras offers coaches a different perspective in evaluating the action.

By Dan Guttenplan, FNF Coaches Managing Editor

  • Critiquing line play: It’s difficult to determine if players are staying in their gaps from a sideline view, but the end-zone camera offers a better perspective.
  • Identifying coverages: A sideline camera is trained on the offensive player handling the ball. The end zone camera shows the receivers’ routes and the secondary.
  • Studying a quarterback’s progressions. The end-zone camera gives an offensive coach a look at how quickly a quarterback makes decisions in the pocket.

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