FTP: Cards to draft 20th, last 8 spots left

January, 7, 2014
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TEMPE, Ariz. – As every round of the NFL playoffs conclude, more draft spots are secured.

The Arizona Cardinals will for sure draft 20th because they have the best record for a non-playoff team. Then the final 12 spots are reserved for playoff teams. With Green Bay, Philadelphia, Kansas City and Cincinnati all losing last weekend, their playoff positions were decided.

Here’s the latest draft order. The final eight positions will be decided over the next four weekends.
No. Team W-L SOS
1. Houston Texans 2-14 .559
2. St. Louis Rams** 7-9 .551
3. Jacksonville Jaguars 4-12 .504
4. Cleveland Browns 4-12 .516
5. Oakland Raiders 4-12 .523
6. Atlanta Falcons 4-12 .553
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4-12 .574
8. Minnesota Vikings 5-10-1 .512
9. Buffalo Bills 6-10 .520
10. Detroit Lions 7-9 .457
11. Tennessee Titans 7-9 .504
12. New York Giants 7-9 .520
13. St. Louis Rams 7-9 .551
14. Chicago Bears 8-8 .465
15. Pittsburgh Steelers 8-8 .469
t-16. Baltimore Ravens^ 8-8 .484
t-16. Dallas Cowboys^ 8-8 .484
18. New York Jets 8-8 .488
19. Miami Dolphins 8-8 .523
20. Arizona Cardinals 10-6 .531
21. Green Bay Packers 8-7-1 .453
22. Philadelphia Eagles 10-6 .453
23. Kansas City Chiefs 11-5 .445
24. Cincinnati Bengals 11-5 .480




No. Team W-L SOS
25. San Diego Chargers 9-7 .496
26. Cleveland Browns# 4-12 .516
27. New Orleans Saints 11-5 .516
28. New England Patriots 12-4 .473
29. Carolina Panthers 12-4 .494
30. San Francisco 49ers 12-4 .494
31. Denver Broncos 13-3 .469
32. Seattle Seahawks 13-3 .490

 

In other news ...

Arizona Cardinals Director of Football Administration Mike Disner was named to Forbes’ 30 under 30 in Sports.

Josh Weinfuss

ESPN Arizona Cardinals reporter

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