For decades, NFL TV broadcasts have relied most heavily on one view: the shot from a sideline camera that follows the progress of the ball. Anyone who wants to analyze the game, however, prefers to see the pulled-back camera angle known as the "All 22."-The Footage the NFL Won't Show You
And from our great pal (and fellow blogger, even if he is Canadian) The Commentator:
1982 was the first World Cup I followed. Of course, aside from Italy winning, the lasting memories came by way of Brazilian players like the elegant and cerebral Socrates who died at the age of 57.