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Dallas Cowboys coach says he won't draft offensive lineman if they don't know the clever way to get ketchup out of a bottle

7 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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Dallas Cowboys offensive line coach Paul Alexander wrote in his 2011 book that he pays attention to how offensive linemen try to get ketchup out of a bottle.
Alexander wrote if prospects don't hit the "57" on Heinz Ketchup bottles, the area to tap to get ketchup out, he knows they can't play for him.
Alexander wrote that linemen must be smart, coordinated problem-solvers who can work together, not players who rely on brute force.
Ketchup factors into the Dallas Cowboys' evaluation of offensive linemen.
Cowboys offensive line coach Paul Alexander, who was hired by the...
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