2016 NFL Draft order heading into Week 14

NFL Draft: Bowl Game Prospect Matchups

The first NFL team has been mathematically eliminated from the 2015 NFL playoffs and many more are on the outside looking in (sorry, Browns). For those teams' fans they are already thinking ahead to the NFL Draft and how their team can improve for the 2016 season April cannot come soon enough.

Traditionally, there are 32 picks in each round, but because of the New England Patriots' punishment surrounding DeflateGate they will not have a first round pick at the 2016 NFL Draft. Below is a list of the current draft order as the league heads into Week 14. This order is not set in stone and should move around slightly as teams will continue to shift in the final four games of the season.

The last twelve teams are currently in a playoff spot. Their order will fluctuate based on the actual 12 teams to make the playoffs and how they end up doing. The winner of Super Bowl 50 will be given the 31st spot. Additionally, the winner of the NFC East could end up picking deep into the first round despite the division's leader only having five wins with four games left.

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