2010 NFL Draft Order

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The 2010 NFL Draft Order page is updated every week of the NFL season until the NFL Draft. Ties are broken based on weaker strength of schedule.

2010 NFL Draft 1st Round Order – Updated After Coin Flips.

Jacksonville, Tennessee, and Atlanta all won their coin flips at the NFL Combine.

1. St. Louis (1-15)
2. Detroit (2-14)
3. Tampa Bay (3-13)
4. Washington (4-12)
5. Kansas City (4-12)
6. Seattle (5-11)
7. Cleveland (5-11)
8. Oakland (5-11)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. Jacksonville (7-9)
11. Denver (CHI)
12. Miami (7-9)
13. San Francisco (8-8)
14. Seattle (DEN)
15. New York Giants (8-8)
16. Tennessee (8-8)
17. San Francisco (CAR)
18. Pittsburgh (9-7)
19. Atlanta (9-7)
20. Houston (9-7)

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21. Cincinnati (10-6)
22. New England (10-6)
23. Green Bay (11-5)
24. Philadelphia (11-5)
25. Baltimore (9-7)
26. Arizona (10-6)
27. Dallas (11-5)
28. San Diego (13-3)
29. New York Jets (9-7)
30. Minnesota (12-4)
31. Indianapolis (14-2)
32. New Orleans (13-3)

ROUND TWO
33. St. Louis
34. Detroit
35. Tampa Bay
36. Kansas City
37. Philadelphia (from Washington)
38. Cleveland
39. Oakland
40. San Diego (from Seattle)
41. Buffalo
42. Tampa Bay (from Chicago)
43. Miami
44. New England (from Jacksonville)
45. Denver
46. New York Giants
47. New England (from Tennessee)
48. Carolina
49. San Francisco
50. Kansas City (from Atlanta)
51. Houston
52. Pittsburgh
53. New England
54. Cincinnati
55. Philadelphia
56. Green Bay
57. Baltimore
58. Arizona
59. Dallas
60. Seattle (from San Diego)
61. New York Jets
62. Minnesota
63. Indianapolis
64. New Orleans

ROUND THREE
65. St. Louis
66. Detroit
67. Tampa Bay
Washington (Exercised in Supplemental Draft)
68. Kansas City
69. Oakland
70. Philadelphia (from Seattle)
71. Cleveland
72. Buffalo
73. Miami
74. Jacksonville
75. Chicago
76. New York Giants
77. Tennessee
78. Carolina
79. San Francisco
80. Denver
81. Houston
82. Pittsburgh
83. Atlanta
84. Cincinnati
85. Cleveland (from New England through Oakland)
86. Green Bay
87. Philadelphia
88. Arizona (from Baltimore)
89. Arizona
90. New England (from Dallas)
91. San Diego
92. Cleveland (from New York Jets)
93. Minnesota
94. Indianapolis
95. New Orleans
96. Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)
97. Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
98. Atlanta (Compensatory Selection)

ROUND FOUR
99. St. Louis
100. Detroit
101. Tampa Bay
102. Kansas City
103. Washington
104. Seattle
105. Cleveland
106. Oakland
107. Buffalo
108. Jacksonville
109. Chicago
110. Miami
111. Tennessee
112. Carolina
113. New England (From Denver through San Fran)
114. Denver
115. New York Giants
116. Pittsburgh
117. Atlanta
118. Houston
119. Dallas (From New England)
120. Cincinnati
121. Philadelphia
122. Green Bay
123. Arizona (from Baltimore)
124. New York Jets (from Arizona)
125. Dallas
126. San Diego
127. Seattle (from New York Jets through Philadelphia)
128. Minnesota
129. Indianapolis
130. New Orleans
131. Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)

ROUND FIVE
132. St. Louis
133. Detroit
134. Cleveland (from Tampa Bay)
135. Washington
136. Kansas City
137. Cleveland
138. Oakland
139. Seattle
140. Buffalo
141. Chicago
142. Kansas City (from Miami)
143. Jacksonville
144. Kansas City (from Carolina)
145. San Francisco
146. Cleveland (from Denver through Detroit)
147. New York Giants
148. Tennessee
149. Atlanta
150. Houston
151. Pittsburgh
152. Cincinnati
153. Tampa Bay (from New England)
154. Green Bay
155. New York Jets (from Philadelphia)
156. Baltimore
157. Baltimore (from Arizona)
158. Oakland (from Dallas through New England and Denver)
159. San Diego
160. Cleveland (from New York Jets)
161. Minnesota
162. Indianapolis
163. St. Louis (from New Orleans through Philadelphia)
164. Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
165. Atlanta (Compensatory Selection)
166. Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
167. Minnesota (Compensatory Selection)
168. San Diego (Compensatory Selection)
169. Green Bay (Compensatory Selection)

ROUND SIX
170. St. Louis
171. Atlanta (from Detroit)
172. Tampa Bay
173. Miami (from Kansas City)
174. Miami (from Washington)
175. Carolina (from Oakland)
176. Seattle
177. Cleveland
178. Buffalo
179. Miami
180. Jacksonville
181. Chicago
182. San Francisco
183. Denver
184. New York Giants
185. Tennessee
186. Cleveland (from Carolina)
187. Houston
188. Pittsburgh
189. Atlanta
190. New England
191. Cincinnati
192. Buffalo (from Philadelphia)
193. Green Bay
194. Baltimore
195. Arizona
196. Dallas
197. Houston (from San Diego)
198. New York Jets
199. Minnesota
200. Philadelphia (from Indianapolis)
201. New Orleans
202. Carolina (Compensatory Selection)
203. Jacksonville (Compensatory Selection)
204. Carolina (Compensatory Selection)
205. New England (Compensatory Selection)
206. San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
207. Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)

ROUND SEVEN

208. St. Louis
209. Buffalo (from Detroit)
210. Tampa Bay
211. Washington
212. Miami (from Kansas City)
213. Seattle
214. Detroit (from Cleveland)
215. Oakland
216. Buffalo
217. Tampa Bay (from Jacksonville) 218. Chicago
219. Miami
220. Denver
221. New York Giants
222. Tennessee
223. Carolina
224. San Francisco
225. Pittsburgh
226. St. Louis (from Atlanta)
227. Houston
228. Cincinnati
229. New England
230. Green Bay
231. New England (from Philadelphia through Denver and New England)
232. Tampa Bay (from Baltimore)
233. Arizona
234. Dallas
235. San Diego
236. New York Jets
237. Minnesota
238. Indianapolis
239. New Orleans
240. Indianapolis (Compensatory Selection)
241. Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
242. Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
243. Philadelphia (Compensatory Selection)
244. Philadelphia (Compensatory Selection)
245. Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
246. Indianapolis (Compensatory Selection)
247. New England (Compensatory Selection)
248. New England (Compensatory Selection)
249. Carolina (Compensatory Selection)
250. New England (Compensatory Selection)
251. Oakland (Compensatory Selection)
252. Miami (Compensatory Selection)
253. Tampa Bay (Compensatory Selection)
254. St. Louis (Compensatory Selection)
255. Detroit (Compensatory Selection)

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27 Responses to “2010 NFL Draft Order”

  1. Kyle says:

    Eric Berry should go #3 to the Bucs. Since he already has a firm grasp of the Tampa 2, Tampa would have the best safety tandem in the league bar none. A solid D-Tackle can be found in the 2nd round.

  2. Anonymous says:

    what if browns trade brady quinn and 1st round pick to KC and draft jimmy clausen? that would be amazing

  3. Anonymous says:

    SUE is going to be the first pick… unless a team with a strong D gets a trade for the first pick, but as it looks now he is going to be going to St.Louis or any other of the top 5 teams. we all know any team in the top 5 needs a player like that. almost more then any position.

  4. Anonymous says:

    do the browns have the jets 5th round pick from the edwards trade?

  5. Anonymous says:

    seattle should be wise and take qb tim tebow with the 6th pick, bradford is damaged goods and still needs more learning

  6. Anonymous says:

    redskins are gettin sam bradford. NO BUTS!

  7. Anonymous says:

    how do the redskins pick before the chiefs? the redskins played winless teams weeks 1-4

  8. workhomeunion says:

    Maybe the Raiders will get another QB, JaMarcus is headed for the CFL.

  9. Brett says:

    This article seems to verify that all conference and division tiebreakers are applied, including head-to-head games.

    http://www.nfl.com/draft/story?id=09000d5d805a3a57&template=without-video&confirm=true

    It’s worth noting: none of the ties in Strength of Schedule this year are between teams in the same conference. Therefore, the conference and division tiebreakers are not applicable for any of these ties.

  10. Brett says:

    In the 2008, there were two ties in the draft order broken by head-to-head games.

    Buffalo and Denver (7-9 record, .516 SoS)
    Chicago and Detroit(7-9 record, .543 SoS)

    http://www.solecismic.com/frontierblog/?p=192

    I am guessing the owners voted in March of 2008 to remove head-to-head records from the tiebreaking steps?

  11. Admin says:

    If SOS is tied, then you look at division/conference records (if they apply). For example, CHI and JAX have SOS tied, and they aren’t in the same div or conference, so it goes to the coin flip.

    Head-2-Head doesn’t factor at all in NFL Draft Order.

  12. Brett says:

    Thanks for sharing the article.
    Are conference tie-breakers still used if strength of schedule is tied? If so, wouldn’t head-to-head record come before division or conference record?

  13. Anonymous says:

    CJ Spiller all the way

  14. Brett says:

    Where can one find updated rules for determining the draft order? The old rules are still posted on NFL.com

  15. Admin says:

    @Brett – Read the comment previous to yours. The Owners changed the rules starting with the 2010 season.

  16. Admin says:

    Last year you would have been correct — starting in 2010:

    The losers of the wild-card games will be seeded 21st through 24th based on their records.

    The losers in the divisional rounds will be seeded 25th through 28th. Teams eliminated in the conference championship games will be seeded 29th and 30th.

    The Super Bowl loser will be seeded 31st. The Super Bowl winner will receive the final pick in each round.

  17. Anonymous says:

    I think playoff results is just another tie-breaker used – not a determining factor. Notice that San Diego made the playoffs last year, but did not have the 21st pick (they picked 16th). Also Tennessee did not make the AFC championship game (played between Baltimore and Pittsburgh), yet Tennessee drafted 30th (and Baltimore drafted 26th).
    Only the Suber Bowl results supercede the other tiebreakers. That is why Pittsburgh drafted last and Arizona drafted 2nd to last.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Good point, Anonymous (1/4 10:56 p.m.) Head-to-head is not even considered among the criteria to determine tie-breaker. Perhaps it should be…

  19. Admin says:

    Head to head doesn’t count. Strength of schedule is the first tiebreaker.

  20. Anonymous says:

    does head to head not count? just wondering why the browns pick ahead of the raiders when the browns beat the raiders this year.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Hmm, the Pats would have had the 8th over all pick this year from Oakland. I wonder if that would rather have that than the 2011 pick.

  22. Admin says:

    That only happens if they are in the same conference or division… which isn’t the case with those.

  23. Pithy says:

    Thank you Bronco’s for losing!!!!!!!!!!!

  24. Anonymous says:

    denver got it good this year. they got the 8th and 10th pick

  25. Anonymous says:

    i thought bucs had second pick in the first round?

  26. Anonymous says:

    patriot’s lose to Miami, how sweet it is!!

  27. Admin says:

    According to the NFL Draft Order after week 4, the Patriots hold the 1st and 13th pick in the 2nd round.



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