Instant replay should be allowed because if the referees don't call something, but one of the players is hurt, they can watch the play again to see if it was a foul or penalty. Some people say that it will take away the 'fun' of the game and it will only need one referee. The game is no longer 'fun' if people are play too rough and not getting stopped. This will not take away the referees because instant replay reviews mostly hard plays and fouls. Referees are still needed for other things.
It can have its wrong decision but I think that it has worked best in cricket. Because nearly every wicket taken is over turned, imagine how much wickets would have been out but actually not out or vice versa. It can cost a country the test, match or even the world cup. It doesn't work in some sports like AFL but it does have its right decisions at times
All of us hate when umpires or ref blow a call or even a game. Take for instance that Gallaraga pitcher on the Tigers who had a perfect game in the books before 1st base ump Jim Joyce ruled Jason Donald safe when it was clear he was out at first base. Using instant replay will take away these moments from sports.
Technology has advanced greatly in recent years, and it is a shame to sacrifice the benefits of technology for the sake of tradition. If anything, I would like to see even more technology used-- for example, in football, using technology to assist in spotting the ball, not just as part of reviewing a play, but on every play. Tough calls like whether someone is in or out could be made easier, as well. It only makes the game more fair, in the end.
I know it says all, but I am most familiar with baseball. Many plays in baseball can be subjected for a review, although only recently homeruns have been reviewed. Take the wild card playoff game between the Braves and Cardinals, for instance, in which an infield fly call was made that may have changed the outcome of the game. Baseball rules state that an infielder must be camped under the ball, and the umpire must make it clear to the runners that an infield fly rule has been called, meaning he needs to call it early. However, neither of these were met as the ball was a good 50 feet out of the infield and the shortstop had no clear control of the catch, and also the umpire called it just mere milliseconds before it hit the ground. This play could have easily been reviewed under Instant Replay with limited time consumption, and it may have changed the outcome of the game, possibly.
He accidentally posted a positive response to the prompt as a no. "Yes I believe that instant replay should be used in all sports, because it allows correction for misjudgments. Instant replay is a very important function in modern sports. It allows for officials to take a second look on a call they may have misjudged. Also, as technology advances, people will find more ways to cheat, and we need to find more ways to make sure they don't get away with it. All in all, instant replay is a very useful function, and we should use all technology that's out there, especially if it is for the better."
There; I countered your argument against yourself. :P
It is without question that instant replay provides officials the chance to correct errors made on initial calls in sporting events. The spectators of professional sporting events deserve to have the best possible outcome of these events. Thus, instant replay should be used to ensure that the correct call is made in the event of any question.
Allowing instant replays in more sports would simply allow us to get back to what's important: the actual sport being played. Far too much time is wasted with all the infighting and arguments about this and that call, foul, or whatever. Allowing instant replays would just simplify the process and get us all back to the game.
Because so much is invested in professional sports, I do believe that all sports should use instant replay to verify questionable calls, plays or finishes, and ensure accuracy.
Oftentimes, plays happen so quickly that the referee or umpire may not see something, or his view may have been obstructed. An ESPN study showed that MLB umpires made bad calls 20.4% of the time. Soccer suffered from two controversial calls within six months that could have been cleared up by the use of instant replay. Then, there is the infamous bad call made by an umpire in the 1985 World Series. While human error will always be a part of the sports world, it is clear that instant replay can have a significant impact on making a game less unfair for all parties involved.
First I'll start by comparing 2 games I went to lately. One was high- school football, the other professional. High- school footbal has no instant replays, so that serves as our control for the purposes of this discussion. The high- school game was over in approximately 1 hour 15 minutes. The professional game took 3 hours and 30 minutes. That is 2 full hours spent reviewing plays instead of playing the game that people are there for. This must not be allowed to happen to all sports! We must save the games we know and love!
The MLB commissioner does not approve of the expansion of instant replay, and does not want go see it play a larger role in baseball. Athletes and refs are human, and relying on instant replay to make tough calls removes the traditional element of human judgement from the game.
Instant replay is a very important function in modern sports. It allows for officials to take a second look on a call they may have misjudged. Also, as technology advances, people will find more ways to cheat, and we need to find more ways to make sure they don't get away with it. All in all, instant replay is a very useful function, and we should use all technology that's out there, especially if it is for the better.
An accepted part of all sports is that the umpire's word is law. It doesn't matter if the call was correct, once the umpire makes a decision, it is non negotiable. That is how it has always been and that is how it always should be. If this is changed technology will slowly become more dominant in sports replacing umps and refs with robots and computers.
It takes away from the orignal game,and then we woyld need one referee. It also makes sports more confuseing.If you try to learn a new sport it should be easy,not hard.I know there are bad calls but lets be normal people. BAd calls are frustrating in all but nothing can be perfect and we all want something
Instant replay is one of the worst things that was added to sports. Officials usually get the call right. There are definitely times where they mess up, but it is much worse to stop the flow of the game for 3 minutes to watch a replay. For example football has become much less fun to watch since replay was added due to all the breaks in play.
Technology has been known not to live up to expectations. An example is a test match between England and South Africa where a Snick-O-Meter failed to give the South African captain out from being caught behind because the volume of the smp's microphone was not turned up. All the players on the heard the snick, as did Sky Sports but play was resumed as the technology did not pick up the snick. Umpires rely too much on technology.
Instant replay is slowing down our games, and taking the human error out of it. Its okay if there is some bad calls called, that's why they play the game; that's why we pay reffs. If we want to continue to use instant replay than do away with reffs period. Instant Replay is ruining our sports nuff said