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NFL Draft order of spots 1-24 now known

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We still don’t know where the 49ers draft (32nd)

The order of this weekend’s wild card losers was determined via their regular season W/L record from there; other tiebreakers come into play, notably the strength of schedule. If two teams have identical W/L records, but one is in the postseason, the team making the playoff appearance loses the tiebreaker. The playoff teams are in a separate pool of sorts for the next order. From that pool of playoff teams, the worst records are determined. So while Philadelphia has an identical record to the Los Angeles Rams and their strength of schedule would be the tiebreaker, since the Eagles made the postseason, that determines where they go (also known as the Los Angeles Chargers Rule).

Here is your current order via Tankathon.

1. Cincinnati Bengals (2-14 .553 SOS)
2. Washington (3-13, .502 SOS)
3. Detroit Lions (3-12-1, .506 SOS)
4.New York Giants (4-12, .473 SOS)
5. Miami Dolphins (5-11, .484 SOS)
6. LA Chargers (5-11, .514 SOS)
7. Carolina Panthers (5-11, .549 SOS)
8. Arizona Cardinals (5-10-1, .484 SOS)
9. Jacksonville Jaguars (6-10, .484)
10. Cleveland Browns (6-10, .533 SOS)
11. NY Jets (7-9, .473 SOS)
12. Las Vegas Raiders (7-9, .482 SOS)
13. Indianapolis Colts (7-9, .492 SOS)
14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-9, .500 SOS)
15. Denver Broncos (6-9, .510 SOS)
16. Atlanta Falcons (6-9, .545 SOS)
17. Dallas Cowboys (8-8, .479 SOS)
18. Pittsburgh Steelers (pick traded to Miami) (8-8, .502 SOS)
19. Chicago Bears (pick traded to Oakland) (8-8 .508 SOS)
20. Los Angeles Rams (pick traded to Jacksonville) (9-7, .535 SOS)
21. Philadelphia Eagles (9-7, .455 SOS)
22. Buffalo Bills (10-6, .461 SOS)
23. New England Patriots (12-4, .469 SOS)
24. New Orleans Saints (13-3, .486 SOS)