Oh this is tasty:
On Monday, the Cowboys’ communication service to their Microsoft surface tablets wasn’t working properly. With their primary source of playbook information temporarily down, they used the next best thing and relied on printed versions of their playbook. Tangible copies can’t fail, right? They don’t, but even the printers weren’t working correctly for the visiting Cowboys.
To make matters worse, Washington cannot access its devices, either, even though they’re still functional. As a rule, the team cannot use its sideline devices if its opponents have technical issues.
Microsoft paid the NFL $400 million just so they could cause them grief.
I think they have a hit on their hands with this Surface thingy of theirs.
Keep up the great work, guys.