Updated 2016 NFL Draft order has Titans back on top

The NFL now has three teams with ten losses on the year and six teams have been eliminated from playoff contention. The NFL regular season is less than a month away from ending and the draft order is starting to become a serious topic.

The NFL released it’s most recent NFL Draft order for next April on Monday.

It is sure to change in the coming weeks, but it is pretty apparent that one of three teams is going to have the number one pick in Chicago next year.

Right now, we are guaranteed to not have a team with just two wins in the Draft for the first time since the 2004 Draft when the San Diego Chargers were 4-12. It’s also interesting to note that the Jacksonville Jaguars are currently in the top ten, but could still win the AFC South.

The current order can be seen below:

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

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  • Caleb BaileyCAMPUSSPORTS Writer
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