The staff at SB Nation's have discovered exactly how the Dallas Cowboys had their 2013 NFL Draft board stacked up. Thanks to a couple of still images of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones taken inside his War Room, BloggingTheBoys were able to see all the names of players and the rounds they were ranked by Dallas. Apparently, Jones conducted his draft interviews inside his team's War Room, and some diehard fans were able to capture screen shots of the Cowboys owner and his rankings. From there, BloggingTheBoys reconstructed the board with every player the Cowboys ranked.

Dallas drafted center Travis Frederick in the first round, but they had given him a second round grade. The team only had 18 players with a first round grade and their highest rated quarterback was Ryan Nassib of Syracuse. Most of the time, teams are very secretive about their draft board and go out of their way to make sure it does not get leaked to the media. The crazy thing is that in 2010, the exact same thing happened to the Cowboys. You have to wonder if in the future, Jones will start conducting his draft day interviews in another area.


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