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Jerry’s yacht? Kliff’s bachelor pad? Ranking the top NFL draft setups – Yahoo Sports

Cincinnati Bengals, who took Joe Burrow with the No. 1 overall pick, coming into the draft.’ data-reactid=”20″>All eyes were on the Cincinnati Bengals, who took Joe Burrow with the No. 1 overall pick, coming into the draft.

Bengals coach Zac Taylor, however, must have missed that memo.

Taylor, it seems, couldn’t have cared less.’ data-reactid=”25″>While a unique setup for the draft wasn’t a requirement, it’s a nice touch — considering that it’ll be broadcast to millions of viewers on live television. Taylor, it seems, couldn’t have cared less.

Frozone-esque body suit standing behind him, but at one point it looked as if someone was sitting on a toilet in the background. ‘ data-reactid=”32″>Vrabel appeared to be set up in his basement living room, which created a lot — a lot — of questions for fans watching at home. Not only was there a man in a Frozone-esque body suit standing behind him, but at one point it looked as if someone was sitting on a toilet in the background. 

(Don’t worry, it wasn’t a toilet)

Hey, whatever works.

No. 6. Matt Nagy’s interesting wallpaper

Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy is either a total genius, or certifiably insane.

Nagy, presumably in his basement, decked out the room with notes plastered on the walls from floor to ceiling — providing him with what should be more than enough information to get through the draft.

If it works and gives him an advantage, great. If it doesn’t work out, though, someone may want to check in on him.

No. 5. Mike Zimmer’s cabin

Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer was perhaps the only coach in the league to perfectly match the feel of his state with his draft setup.

Zimmer, seated at a giant wooden desk in front of his fireplace, fully embraced the cabin feel. There were even three trophy heads mounted on the wall behind him, with the biggest one square over the fireplace. 

If there was any place to ride out a blizzard, it’s at Zimmer’s house. No wonder he looked so comfortable during the draft.

No. 4. Bill Belichick’s kitchen table

seen with his dog, Nike, throughout ESPN’s coverage of the draft. At one point, before the Patriots made their second-round pick, Nike was sitting alone in the shot at Belichick’s computer, seemingly in control of the Patriots.’ data-reactid=”54″>The normally emotion-less coach could be seen with his dog, Nike, throughout ESPN’s coverage of the draft. At one point, before the Patriots made their second-round pick, Nike was sitting alone in the shot at Belichick’s computer, seemingly in control of the Patriots.

Dogs always make everything — including a very average set up — better.

No. 3. John Elway’s trophies

John Elway was a very good football player.

Elway made sure to remind everyone of that fact during the NFL draft.

The Denver Broncos general manager made sure to have their three Super Bowl trophies — two of which he won as a quarterback for the team — behind him while drafting.

If there’s a flex to be made during the draft, Elway executed it perfectly.

No. 2. Kliff Kingsbury’s bachelor pad

set up shop on his massive $250-million mega-yacht. The 357-foot boat, the Bravo Eugenia, reportedly contains a spa, sauna, steam room, massage room, plunge pool, full gym and two helicopter pads. ‘ data-reactid=”80″>Jerry Jones, the Dallas Cowboys owner, set up shop on his massive $250-million mega-yacht. The 357-foot boat, the Bravo Eugenia, reportedly contains a spa, sauna, steam room, massage room, plunge pool, full gym and two helicopter pads. 

Try as you might, there’s no beating that setup.

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