Ian Rapaport tweeted this: https://twitter.com/RapSheet/status/463796763833294848 This is interesting although misleading in places, mostly due to SSS. For example, the numbers of draft picks let go (Page 7 - I presume they mean over the past 4 years - the Carroll years), only 3 teams have let go more than 15 and a half-dozen or so are in the single digits. I mean, there is some interesting data in there to look at and they do make some good points, but there's not a huge data sample to be worked with. I've never seen a team create a Powerpoint presentation to try and get UDFAs to come in. It makes a lot of sense for Seattle's general roster strategy. I wonder if other teams have already done something like this and we've just never heard of it before? A link to the PDF. http://static.nfl.com/static/content/photo/2014/05/06/0ap2000000347146.pdf Oh, and the comments responding to the tweet are priceless, particularly those of Johnny Beach, who has some serious analytical deficiencies.