Wycheck on the zone is talking about the lack of cameras that the network provided for the game. He said there were only 3 cameras and no reverse angles. This makes a big difference in the ability of the referees to aptly be able to review plays. It's the smallest of gripes until you look at the big picture of how the Titans are always likely playing with this disadvantage making it probable that we will get the short end of the stick of a review. Munch mentioned this when he said the referee would have upheld a call for touchdown on the Damian Williams catch if he had called it as such because he had no way of seeing the play properly.
I'm sure we can think of any number of examples of this effecting the review procedures during a Titans game. The most notable one to me was when I sat in the stands during the 2007 San Diego Chargers and Titans game. From the nosebleeds you could see a San Diego player trapped a ball on 4th down. It was called a catch, but the lack of HD cameras and angles prevented an overturn of a bad call. End result eventually was a San Diego win in overtime.
Maybe I'm crazy, but I doubt the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, the Bear, the Packers or the entirety of the NFC East ever have to worry about the lack of camera coverage during their games and how it will effect their ability to challenge a call. I also understand that both teams on the field in every game deal with the same conditions, but over the course of a season and continuing seasons small market teams like the Titans, Jags, Bills, etc are denied the fullest benefit replay should provide.
It's up to you to decide how much that can effect games. All I got.