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Pretty Good DVD, But Not Exactly What I Expected,
This review is from: Super Bowl XXXVII - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Championship Video (DVD)
When the description said "audio commentary," I took that to mean that maybe you could switch between the AFC and NFC radio broadcasts. I've bought NFL DVDs where you can do that. And maybe even have a third audio track for the TV broadcast. But, the AFC and NFC radio broadcasts are on ONE audio channel with no John Madden and Al Michaels around. So, don't throw away that your VHS recording of the Super Bowl just yet.
On the positive side, you DO get virtually EVERY play of the Super Bowl (I think they might have skipped some punts which didn't affect the game, which is good). So, the whole game is edited to a little under an HOUR. Also, the NFL Films version of the whole Tampa Bay season also clocks in just under an hour.
Also, as a "student" of football, I also liked the pre and post-game shows which broke down plays and explained what happened. Ron Jaworski and Merrill Hoge are good at doing their homework.
There's also a couple of other documentaries about media day and international broadcasts of the Super Bowl.
Not a spectacular sports DVD (I'm not sure if it exists yet) but a pretty good one (if you're not a Raiders fan).