Somebody in the Dallas Cowboys war room (“Gentlemen! You can’t fight in here!“) decided it would be a good idea to take a picture of the club’s draft board, and I’m sure that fire shot out of Jerry Jones’ eyes and nostrils immediately after this was taken.
Because the Cowboys are pretty free and easy about access to their “War Room” with live cams and mics and all manner of other ways to “look in”, it is only obvious that the classified information that they have around the room would be interesting to those of us who want to know what the scouting department has been up to for the past year.
So, people with great computers use pictures like the one above, and begin to decode the Cowboys information with pictures that the Cowboys themselves have taken and released. Isn’t this awesome? —via The Ticket.
It’s a pretty neat peak at all the information that a team is forced to process before (and during) the draft. Think about that the next time that guy in your fantasy league team and you can’t decide between Austin Collie and the Jets defense. Just use the cheat sheet in your magazine, douchebag.