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Instant Replay Instant replay was used in the NFL from 1986 to 1991 to review questionable plays In 1991 the Competition Committee decided to abolish it to shorten the games and bring back the human element Instant replay was an excellent way to make clutch calls and should be reinstated into he National Football League Instant replay can be used to make calls when nobody can tell what it should be If a catch is made on the sideline it can be used to decide whether or not the receivers foot was in If the ball is fumbled it can be used to determine if the ball carriers knee was down Referees many times make calls based on what they think they see but if they had a chance to review the play they would be able to make more informed decisions Opponents of Instant replay say that The tight end who drops a pass in the end zone doesnt get a second chance Why should the official The reason the official should get a second chance is simple an officials decision can change the outcome of the game How can we possibly ask someone to make a judgment on something that they barely saw in the first place In 1996 league officials decided to give Instant replay a try-out in some preseason games This trial version was not the same animal as it previously had been It had several modifications the referee will directly review the play in question using an on-the-field monitor under the former system an official in the press box had the last word the time allotted for reviewing a play will be limited to two minutes that eliminated annoying long breaks that only served to confirm the first decision also there were only three types of plays that could be reviewed The revisable plays were plays in the end-zone to determine whether a player actually had possession of the
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