- Apr 13, 2015
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That's not how it works now though; the policy is to play on in borderline cases and check later.because we'd get it right more often?
Before he even gets to see one angle, the the ref has to publicly announce his snap, on-field decision. Clearly this influences how he then perceives the video. No one like to make a decision and then immediately having to concede it was wrong. it's just human.
The TMO announces a decision *after* watching the video and angles.
My previous final paragraph still stands.