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Polian: "The coaches live by that [information]. ... We spend hundreds of thousands of dollars with computer application companies because they think they can find an edge. I don't know if they get it, to be truthful with you."
Kraft: "I agree completely with Bill and I think they are only limited by their own intellectual ability to then take that data and do something with it. I think they are all open to it. Some are just more intellectually capable than others. And I'll tell you, I've been lucky because, our first year in the league and the reason we bought into the league was the salary cap, we came into the league in '94, and I've had the chance to work with Bill Parcells, Pete Carroll and Bill Belichick, all of whom I think people would say are pretty good coaches. Their intellectual capacities are all dramatically different. And without going into --"
Kraft: "Without going into where each of them have their own strengths and weaknesses, I would just say all of them would gravitate to what Bill was just saying, but some of them, or individuals, might have an ability to do more with it than others."
Kraft, also laughing: "No, that wasn't meant -- they have all of their own strengths. Don't read anything into that. Please, no one tweet out ... that wouldn't be good."