The Conference Championship round of the NFL playoffs has conclude, and the NFL Draft order is now set for teams who did not advance to the Super Bowl.
The draft order is determined by the record of each loser in the regular season and the round in which playoff teams were eliminated.
The Cincinnati Bengals (11-5) will draft 24th because they had the best record of all teams who lost in the Wild Card round.
With that being said, here is the current NFL Draft order:
Based on current record and current strength of schedule (SOS). Positions 1 through 230 are finalized (except for the Dallas-Baltimore coin flip). Picks 31 and 32 will be determined by the Super Bowl:
|2.||St. Louis Rams*||7-9||.551|
|7.||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||4-12||.574|
|12.||New York Giants||7-9||.520|
|13.||St. Louis Rams||7-9||.551|
|18.||New York Jets||8-8||.488|
|21.||Green Bay Packers||8-7-1||.453|
|23.||Kansas City Chiefs||11-5||.445|
|25.||San Diego Chargers||9-7||.496|
|27.||New Orleans Saints||11-5||.516|
|29.||New England Patriots||12-4||.473|
|30.||San Francisco 49ers||12-4||.494|
Teams in Super Bowl
*Acquired in trade with Washington
#Acquired in trade with Indianapolis
**Dallas and Baltimore will flip a coin
With only two spots left, we essentially can see what the first-round of the 2014 NFL Draft looks like.