Ultimately, NFL Game Rewind is your private studio with professional camera crews, top-tier equipment, extremely high paid talent, and the ability to skip ads.Yes you won't be switching cameras with the pace of the real directors, but after the telecast you'll be able to "edit" together your viewing experience. The amount of control you can exercise with viewing the NFL is staggering, and since you might get caught up in the action developing on screen, there are markers for big plays, much like you might make markers on your own video to help you edit. If you wanted an automatic editor there's an option for a condensed game. What appears to happen here is a simple crossfade from one play to the next, eliminating the 10 or so seconds of players shufflingand huddling. This feature is very much like the automatic editors that have been promoted for home video use. If you're starting to see the trend here that's good, otherwise you might need to see some game film.
NFL Game Rewind Season Plus is $70 for the full list of features, with smaller packages for $35 and $40, and the video archives alone might be worth it since you get the previous three season's games. Keep in mind that a yearbook video from NFL films usually runs about $15-20, so watching a few of these makes the value jump. The only thing it's missing - capability to draw those yellow lines around players and crazy fans.