My at-home war room is almost like I’m at the @SAPSports Performance Facility. Thanks to our IT and video teams + our scouts and coaches we’re ready for the #NFLDraft this week. #IGYB pic.twitter.com/ytuZKY9Bk4
— John Lynch (@JohnLynch49ers) April 20, 2020
Bears GM Ryan Pace
Here’s what Pace told Bears.com about his in-home war room:
“I basically have two XOS computers with downloaded video on them,” Pace told ChicagoBears.com. “My third computer is my Microsoft Surface tablet that I’m doing all my reports on and I can access our scouting database and all our Skype interviews. And then I also have an iPad.”
“By the time this process finishes we’ll have done 100-plus Skype interviews with college prospects, each one lasting an hour,” Pace said. “With the inability to have the 30 visits at Halas, we’ve done a lot of things that I think going forward in future years that we’ll take advantage of.”
“During the draft there will be someone from IT here, just if something happens,” Pace said. “But I don’t expect that. We’ve got a lot of fail-safes and fallbacks and preventative measures in place.”
Chargers GM Tom Telesco
If you were an NFL GM like Tom Telesco, what would your home “war room” look like for the #NFLDraft?
For me, I’d probably be working two laptops, and iPad and… wait for it… a pair of master big boards on paper with a red and black pen. I’m a little old school. pic.twitter.com/7IwLMkoupf
— Ryan Heckman (@RyanHeckmanFS) April 15, 2020
Giants GM David Gettleman
#Giants GM Dave Gettleman working from home during the coronavirus pandemic #GiantsPride pic.twitter.com/WVpwy0fl2h
— Giants Today (@NYGToday) April 13, 2020
And Finally Andy Reid’s War Room:
Are you impressed?
Talk about old school. I wonder if he’s using dial up rather than Wifi. . .
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