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2011 NFL Draft Order Is Complete As 2010 Regular Season Ends

The 2011 NFL draft order is complete now that the Seahawks have beaten the Rams and completed the season.

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2011 NFL Draft Order Complete Now That Seahawks Defeat Rams

The 2011 NFL Draft order is set. The Seattle Seahawks defeated the St. Louis Rams and completed the regular season as well as the draft selection process.

The Rams will now have the 15th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. The Rams lose the tiebreaker to their fellow 7-9 Dolphins due to a lower strength of schedule.

As for the Seahawks, they’re win means the lowest they can draft is No. 21st. Had they lost, they were looking at a No. 8 slot. There’s sure to be a lot of detractors out there who think Seattle would have been better off losing, but that’s a debate for a later time.

Big winners alo include Tennessee, Dallas, Washington, Houston, Minnesota, Detroit and Miami who all move up a spot thanks to the Seahawks win.

Final draft order (before playoff results)...

1. Carolina (2-14)
2. Denver (4-12)
3. Buffalo (4-12)
4. Cincinnati (4-12)
5. Arizona (5-11)
6. Cleveland (5-11)
7. San Francisco (6-10)
8. Tennessee (6-10)
9. Dallas (6-10)
10. Washington (6-10)
11. Houston (6-10)
12. Minnesota (6-10)
13. Detroit (6-10)
14. Miami (7-9)
15. St. Louis (7-9)
16. Jacksonville (8-8)
17. Oakland (8-8)
18. San Diego (9-7)
19. New York Giants (10-6)
20. Tampa Bay (10-6)
21. Seattle (7-9)*
22. Indianapolis (10-6)*
23. Green Bay (10-6)*
24. Kansas City (10-6)*
25. Philadelphia (10-6)*
26. New York Jets (11-5)*
27. New Orleans (11-5)*
28. Chicago (11-5)*
29. Baltimore (12-4)*
30. Pittsburgh (12-4)*
31. Atlanta (13-3)*
32. New England (14-2)*


2011 NFL Draft Order, Except For Rams/Seahawks And Playoff Teams

The 2011 NFL Draft order is just about set. The St. Louis Rams and Seattle Seahawks will decide tonight which team will be picking in the twenties and which will pick in the teens. Playoff teams will pick from No. 21 on.

Playoff teams won't be officially set in the draft order until teams start getting eliminated. The Super Bowl winner will pick No. 32, and the Super Bowl loser will pick No. 31. Teams that don't reach the Super Bowl will pick in the spots listed below.

The Broncos, Bills, and Bengals engaged in an intense battle for the No. 2 spot today, with all three turning in losses. Tampa Bay earns the honor of being the last non-playoff team to pick. Stanford QB Andrew Luck and Georgia WR A.J. Green are among the most frequently listed potential No. 1 picks.

Via SB Nation Philly:

  1. Carolina Panthers (2-14)
  2. Denver Broncos (4-12)
  3. Buffalo Bills (4-12)
  4. Cincinnati Bengals (4-12)
  5. Arizona Cardinals (5-11)
  6. Cleveland Browns (5-11)
  7. San Francisco 49ers (6-10)
  8. Seattle Seahawks (With loss to Rams) (6-9)
  9. Tennessee Titans (6-10)
  10. Dallas Cowboys (6-10)
  11. Washington Redskins (6-10)
  12. Houston Texans (6-10)
  13. Minnesota Vikings (6-10)
  14. Detroit Lions (6-10)
  15. Miami Dolphins (7-9)
  16. Jacksonville Jaguars (8-8)
  17. Oakland Raiders (NWE) (8-8)
  18. San Diego Chargers (9-7)
  19. New York Giants (10-6)
  20. Tampa Bay Bucs (10-6)
  21. St. Louis Rams (With win over Seahawks) (7-8)*
  22. Indianapolis Colts (10-6)*
  23. Green Bay Packers (10-6)*
  24. Kansas City Chiefs (10-6)*
  25. Philadelphia Eagles (10-6)*
  26. New York Jets (11-5)*
  27. New Orleans Saints (11-5)*
  28. Chicago Bears (11-5)*
  29. Baltimore Ravens (12-4)*
  30. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4)*
  31. Atlanta Falcons (13-3)*
  32. New England Patriots (14-2)*
* - Playoff team.
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