Don't get me wrong, I like the left-to-right TV views that are used currently in the NFL. The problem with this view, however, is that it strictly follows the ball (as it should). We see the quarterback throw the ball and then we see the ball caught by an open receiver. What we don't see is HOW that receiver got open. With this camera angle we don't get a good appreciation of each play design or even the defensive strategy. For us fans that would like to re-watch a game with an appreciation of these aspects, I think it would be great if they released the coach's "madden view" film. Is the NFL afraid that the average fan may be on to some nuances of some players or defenses if we were to gain access to this film? Even if that were the case, so what? Each coach already has this film, so it's not like there are any secrets to be kept.