The NFL war rooms are always full of people, energy, and excitement – but it’s safe to say that things have been a little different this year. With the whole world on lockdown and social distancing measures in place everywhere, the head honchos for each NFL draft have had to resort to other war room measures. While it’s still been pretty exciting to see the outcome of this draft, perhaps one of the most intriguing aspects of this new war room set-up is the fact that we get to have a sneak peek into the lives of the rich and famous.
The Arizona Cardinals
Kliff Kingsbury is the main man behind the Arizona Cardinals, and many were excited to see where this legend’s war room would take place. The end result was something extraordinary and allowed us the chance to take a look around his mega-mansion. After all, most people’s living rooms don’t look like that, and that’s before we mention the epic backyard. It’s no wonder that Kliff looked pretty chilled out as the events unfolded before him.
The Tennessee Titans
Fans of the Tennessee Titans were probably pretty pumped to see the goings-on within their war room, and it was down to Mike Vrabel to do the honors. He was live streaming from his house, but it wasn’t the interiors that caught everyone’s eye. Instead, it was the fact that he was sitting at a desk with a Titans flag behind him, and two people – who we assume to be his sons – dressed up in the background. One seemed to be dressed up as Joe Exotic, while the other looked like Frozone. Why? Well, we’re not sure.
The Dallas Cowboys
All eyes were on owner Jerry Jones to conduct the Dallas Cowboys 2020 NFL draft, and there’s no doubt about the fact that his war room was unlike anything we have ever seen before. He was all alone in his war room, but we have a feeling that he was pretty comfortable with that. After all, he had set up shop in his $250 million-dollar yacht and was perched on his perfect leather couch. There are definitely worse ways to spend your draft hours.
The New England Patriots
If you know anything about New England beach coach Bill Belichick, you might know that he’s not the most sociable of people. Because of this, we can only assume that he loved every second of his 2020 war room. That’s because he had created his own set up in his home where he was rocking a casual sweatshirt and a rather chilled-out demeanor. As if that wasn’t enough, he decided to let his dog become part of the action, and it seemed as though Nike was living his good life.
The 2020 war rooms were a little different this year, but that doesn’t make them any less important. In fact, we happened to like this lockdown style, as it gave us the chance to see another side of our favorite teams and the men behind them.