Has the amount of camera coverage of NFL games gotten too out of hand?
Over the past several weeks, there have been several times when cameras have panned over to coaches during games.
While this might seem like a non-issue to some, when the cameras have zoomed in, fans have caught a glimpse of coaches’ play sheets.
This has caused quite a stir among the NFL community, leaving fans wondering how coaches feel about the situation.
Denver Broncos head coach, Sean Payton, was recently asked about the leak of his play sheet.
According to Payton via the Broncos’ YouTube page, “I don’t worry about it.”
When asked about the leak, Payton’s response was calm, cool, and collected.
He went on to talk about how the Broncos’ play-calling changes every week.
While seeing a sheet for a particular game might seem like an advantage to the Broncos’ future opponents, Payton shut that notion down.
He also mentioned that every NFL team has its language, its explanations for particular plays and schemes.
Payton spoke via the team’s YouTube for over 10 minutes, and the leak only occupied less than a minute of his overall conversation.
This indicates that Payton and his staff are unbothered, and are just getting ready to face off against their next opponent.
The Broncos’ next game is against the Green Bay Packers, a team that is struggling, but coming off a bye.
That seems to be Payton’s primary focus, trying to get his team back on track after another slow start.NEXT: Pat Surtain II Gets Honest On His Future With Broncos