With most NFL teams playing in empty stadiums this year, the sounds of the game are being heard in much higher detail by fans and opposing teams alike. The Ringer’s Nora Princiotti discusses the changing acoustics of the game, and how that may force teams to adjust in order to gain a competitive advantage, or to prevent other teams from learning their calls.
Empty Stadiums and NFL Sounds: This Football Season’s Game Within the Game
The Ringer’s Nora Princiotti discusses the changing acoustics of the 2020 NFL season
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