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    Anyone know what percentage of calls are overturned after replay review?

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    yes.
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      I would guess around 50%
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      • #4
        QUOTE(BringBackZezel @ Oct 26 2005, 11:26 AM) Quoted post

        yes.
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        Asshat.

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        Would anyone that knows please share the info, and a link if possible, with the rest of us.

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        • #5
          It's not an overall number, but this might help:

          http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/artic...-2004Nov19.html

          QUOTE
          Coaches' Replay Challenges Up

          NFL head coaches are making significantly more instant-replay challenges this season than they did last season.

          According to the league, there have been 179 instant-replay reviews of calls this season, compared to 143 reviews at the same point last season. That's a 25 percent increase from last season.

          The coaches' success rate in instant-replay challenges is about the same. The on-the-field call has been overturned after a replay review 30 percent of the time this season, up from 27 percent last season.

          League officials have said in recent weeks they don't necessarily have an explanation for the increase in replay challenges. They don't know, they say, whether the increase can be explained merely by the modification to the replay rules made in the offseason. The rules change gives a third replay challenge to a coach during a game if he is successful on both of his two originally allotted challenges.
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          • #6
            QUOTE(210 @ Oct 26 2005, 11:22 AM) Quoted post

            Anyone know what percentage of calls are overturned after replay review?
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            If your Mike Martz, Zero.

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            • #7
              QUOTE(BringBackZezel @ Oct 26 2005, 11:34 AM) Quoted post

              It's not an overall number, but this might help:

              http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/artic...-2004Nov19.html

              QUOTE
              Coaches' Replay Challenges Up

              NFL head coaches are making significantly more instant-replay challenges this season than they did last season.

              According to the league, there have been 179 instant-replay reviews of calls this season, compared to 143 reviews at the same point last season. That's a 25 percent increase from last season.

              The coaches' success rate in instant-replay challenges is about the same. The on-the-field call has been overturned after a replay review 30 percent of the time this season, up from 27 percent last season.

              League officials have said in recent weeks they don't necessarily have an explanation for the increase in replay challenges. They don't know, they say, whether the increase can be explained merely by the modification to the replay rules made in the offseason. The rules change gives a third replay challenge to a coach during a game if he is successful on both of his two originally allotted challenges.
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              [/b][/quote]

              It's good enough...thanks.

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