2012 NFL Draft Order: Ravens, 49ers Slot In With Championship Game Losses

With the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers falling in the conference championship games on Sunday, the order for the 2012 NFL Draft is almost set.

By virtue of their superior 13-3 regular season record, the 49ers will have the No. 30 pick while the 12-4 Baltimore Ravens will receive the No. 29 pick.

Here's how the first round of the NFL Draft will shake out, with only the fates of the New England Patriots and the New York Giants still to be decided:

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

*Will be determined by coin flip, likely at the NFL Combine.

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