FM Seddon's creativity is clearly shown in his tactics. Many people have criticized his tactics as they are either to attackive or he is trying to emulate something Rangers aren't at the moment.
The first tactic is a 4-5-1/ 4-1-2-2-1. This tactic relies heavily on the wingers attacking stats as they cut inside then shoot on goal. This tactic is the attacking formation that will be used against smaller or weaker teams as the all out attack mentality will create many chances on goal and if the current ability of the players are excellent this tactic could be used against every team in the league. (PS Arvind gave me the link to this tactic).
This tactic is a 4-2-2-2 box as there is a box between the defensive midfielders and the attacking midfielders. This tactic is based on the past success of Villarreal as the two Am's will feed the ball to the pacy strikers. This formation will boss the oppositions box if the centre backs are slow. The main stats for the AM's will be creativity, passing, technique and probably teamwork too. One of the DM's will help support the centre backs and the other will be a holding midfielder.
This tactic is a 2-4-1-2-1. This tactic is based on the success of Brazil. This formation should boss the midfield and stop most of the attacking players of the opposition reducing the amount of shots they have and the players trying to snatch the ball away from the attackive players of the opposition. One of the DM's will drop back to support the centre backs turning the formation into a 3-3-1-2-1. This formation also relies on speedy forwards as the majority of the players are mostly defensive.