I’m pretty sure you are aware of the fact that the New England Patriots are currently being investigated by the NFL for having a videographer recording sideline footage of the Cincinnati Bengals during a game where they were playing the Cleveland Browns.
The franchise claimed a “Do Your Job” film crew member acted out of ignorance, and although the team has acknowledged their wrongdoing, they will still ultimately face some consequences.
All that controversy brings us to Twitter where a social media user called out teh Baltimore Ravens use of cameras on their website where they have a “360 Replay” video series.
The Ravens use the replays to show off spectacular views of the game-day experience at M&T Bank Stadium. You can’t help but to notice that it also shows views from behind the visiting team’s sideline, and the angles are comparable to what the Patriots’ film crew shot in Cleveland.
This could be something, but it could also be nothing. One things for sure, if this was the Patriots doing a ‘360 replay,’ all hell would break loose from opposing fan bases to the media.
Here’s how fans reacted to this: