NFL teams going Hi-Tech...

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  1. drs23

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    In light of the recent comment by J-Jo about the Bengals being cheap I wonder how the Texans stand compared to them in regard to using the latest technology.

    In that context I stumbled upon this article detailing teams ixnaying 5" thick playbooks in favor of I-Pads.

    It never entered my mind but most teams seem to be embracing moving away from stick & paper to touch screen.

    I thought it was a pretty cool story and something that had never entered my mind.

    It's all about the "Cloud".
     
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    Cloud or no Cloud...........it could make a hacker quite rich.
     
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    But Doc, it's military grade encryption. It would take the full brain trust of the Rooskis to crack it. That or perhaps the Somali pirates intell division. :D
     
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    Texans notably absent from mention ... ?
     
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    As far as learning a playbook, what's the difference?

    These guys have the money for many, many iPads.
     
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    But the team is picking up the tab. The devices belong to the team, not the player.
     

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