The Dallas Cowboys offensive line, including Dallas Cowboys tackle Tyron Smith (77), guard Ronald Leary (65), center Travis Frederick (72), guard Zack Martin (70) and tackle Jermey Parnell (78) block the New York Giants in the first quarter at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Sunday, October 19, 2014. (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News) 12262014xSPORTS

The NFL Draft evaluation process always seem to be full of questions and other things that seem really trivial to most, but somehow front office personnel find a way to make them matter and put a lot of stock into how they’re answered. During practice and away from the field, coaches, especially those that have been around the game for a while, can come up with their own creative evaluations.

I happened to notice a recent example of that in a tweet from Bobby Belt where he noticed that a few lines in a book titled Perform written by former longtime Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander, who is now with the Dallas Cowboys as assistant head coach.

Alexander’s unique evaluation for NFL offensive lineman, which was being a shared a ton over the weekend, involves a simple ketchup bottle.

Here’s the excerpt from Belt’s tweet.

While that nugget is outstanding, it’s Belt’s next screen shot from Alexander’s book less people are drawing attention to that really spoke to me, and it’s all about the unique bond about being an offensive lineman and their coach.

437,514 is an incredible number of alignments, and I’ve never seen that quantified in number form anywhere before Belt’s tweet.

Offensive line coaches and offensive coordinators are going to really appreciate that number.