Picks 25-28 set in NFL Draft order following divisional round games

Based on the divisional round games this weekend, the following picks can now be written in permanent marker in your mock draft:

25. Seattle - 7-9
26. Baltimore - 12-4
27. Atlanta - 13-3
28. New England - 14-2

Picks 29 and 30 will be determined following next week's AFC and NFC Championship games. Picks 31 and 32 will be determined by the Super Bowl. After the jump is the full list of set first-round picks in the 2011 NFL Draft.

1. Carolina - 2-14 (.574)

2. Denver - 4-12 (.516)

3. Buffalo - 4-12 (.578)

4. Cincinnati - 4-12 (.582)

5. Arizona - 5-11 (.465)

6. Cleveland - 5-11 (.570)

7. San Francisco - 6-10 (.488)

8. Tennessee - 6-10 (.508)

9. Dallas - 6-10 (.512)

10. Washington - 6-10 (.516)

11. Houston - 6-10 (.523)

12. Minnesota - 6-10 (.539)

13. Detroit - 6-10 (.543)

14. St. Louis - 7-9 (.449) 

15. Miami - 7-9 (.539)

16. Jacksonville - 8-8 (.453)

17. New England (via Oakland) - 8-8 (.469)

18. San Diego - 9-7 (.457)

19. New York Giants - 10-6 (.453)

20. Tampa Bay - 10-6 (.477)
21. Kansas City - 10-6

22. Indianapolis - 10-6

23. Philadelphia - 10-6

24. New Orleans - 11-5
25. Seattle - 7-9
26. Baltimore - 12-4
27. Atlanta - 13-3
28. New England - 14-2
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