You might want to watch it again, look for when the spoilers deploy (shortly after the mains touch identified by the tire smoke). Thats way down the runway.I am a private pilot with commercial, Single, multi and instrument ratings.
My take on the landing is it was a routine landing. The video was made with a telephoto lens and that makes everything look shorter and closer.
Crosswinds will cause sides to get air but braking will continue along with throttle & prop adjustments.
Note in the video that the pilot was able to make a left turn onto the taxiway without having to turn back on the runway so he did not even make it to the apron.
I agree with others that it looks worse than it really was due to camera angle. Granted, I don't fly 737's so I could be off but it does look like he lands long but obviously not so much as they made the turn off with no issue. Southwest FLT 1455 landed 2800' down on a 6032' runway at 181 knots. This aircraft obviously had a different outcome.
That's not a short runway, this is a short runway (from my last carrier trap back in Jul 06). Kidding aside, I've heard there are some definite difficult runways to land at in the big jets. This looks like one of them.