With the AFC North's early exits in wild-card weekend, along with the Falcons' flop Sunday, everyone in the division knows where they will be drafting in April except for the Ravens.
The Bengals (9-7) secured the No. 21 spot after losing at Houston, and the Steelers (12-4) moved into the No. 24 slot after getting upset in Denver. The Browns were pleased by the Falcons' embarrassing effort against the New York Giants because that meant Atlanta got the 22nd overall pick. That selection goes to the Browns as part of the draft-day trade for Julio Jones.
To recap, the Browns have two first-round picks (Nos. 4 and 22), the Bengals have two (Nos. 17 and 21) and the Steelers have one (No. 24).