I was thinking the other day about the fact that this year, for less than the cost of a single ticket, we will have available the coaches tape. The tape that will give us a view of the full 22 players on every play. Believe me this is the most exciting innovation for football fans since the instant replay. And for reasons that will become apparent, its an opportunity that I think won't be around for more than a season or two. Here's what I propose. In the past there have been several fans who have given us partial breakdowns of what went on in the most recent Pats games. Fans who painstakingly broke down the network feed and gave us a breakdown of a quarter or two of a Pats game. Most of us really appreciated the detail, effort and information and insights they provided. Now we can take it up a notch. In fact several notches This is based on the assumption that many of us will opt to get the all 22 feed. At that point we are in the position to breakdown the game in as detailed a way as most coaching staffs. We have a lot of fans here who could do a great job of it. What I'm thinking is that since we have so many people here who would be willing to do a break down, we can assign certain people to do a portion of the work, because alone it would take HOURS, and HOURS. Different people could take different tasks. For example one person break down the OL, for the 1st quarter, another for the 2nd, etc. One person could do just the receivers, while another the RBs. The defense could be broken down the same way. Each person would file his own report based on what he or she found. Then all the reports would be submitted at the same time under different headings to the benefit of the entire board. Prior to the season the people who would do this could get together in some chat room to discuss creating unified format. In other words how we'd call the formations, and defenses. Perhaps creating a form where down and distance would be noted, and how the play would be described, and then the results I mean now my mind is on fire. Think about it. There could be some of us who could be assigned to follow some or all of our opponents. There is the potential for someone who, before the first Jets game, has the data to break down the Jets first 6 games and can tell us what to expect better and in more detail, and more REALITY than we've ever had before 15 or 20 odd people working together can put together some amazing insights to the game that's being played and the what to expect in the future. Giving us the all 22 feed is like allowing us to look behind the curtain. It really does.....AND for that reason, I doubt the league will allow it to continue for the long haul. Too much information is out there for the general public. But in the meantime it would be a tragic waste to let this opportunity slip by without maximizing the wealth of information that will be available. And the best way to do that is to organize. I'm just doing some off the cuff, disorganized brainstorming here. Let me know what you think here or in a PM and we can start putting it together, First putting together the group who would commit to the task, Then how it would be organized and what the assignments are, Then create the common semantics (language),and format Then we could use the preseason games to smooth out the bugs, and be ready for the season. If we ever pulled this off we would offer a wealth of great information, insight and opinion to all Pats fans.