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2012 NFL Order Order: Top 20 Pick Selections Set UPDATE

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The Colts lost to the Jaguars today, locking Indy into the No. 1 overall pick. Later in the day, the Redskins, Browns, and Buccaneers lost. Thus, the top 21 picks in the 2012 NFL are as follows:

  1. Indianapolis Colts: 2-14
  2. St. Louis Rams: 2-14
  3. Minnesota Vikings: 3-13
  4. Cleveland Browns: 4-12
  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 4-12
  6. Washington Redskins: 5-11
  7. Jacksonville Jaguars: 5-11
  8. Carolina Panthers: 6-10
  9. Miami Dolphins: 6-10
  10. Buffalo Bills: 6-10
  11. Arizona Cardinals: 7-9
  12. Kansas City Chiefs: 7-9
  13. Philadelphia Eagles: 8-8
  14. New York Jets: 8-8
  15. Seattle Seahawks: 8-8
  16. San Diego Chargers: 8-8
  17. Oakland Raiders: 8-8 (Cincinnati Bengals own this pick)
  18. Chicago Bears: 8-8

As we wrote earlier today, the Browns and the Redskins very much want a quarterback. At No. 4, Cleveland might just be able to get Baylor's Robert Griffin III. That is, not unless the Redskins trade with the Rams or Vikings to move up and take him.

This is assuming the Colts take Andrew Luck No. 1 overall. On NBC's Football Night in America this evening, former-Colts coach Tony Dungy said that, with the way the game is going, he'd lean toward taking RG3 No. 1 overall if he still coached in Indy.

[UPDATE]: With the 2011 regular season ending with the Giants knocking out the Cowboys 31-14, the Top 20 picks in the 2012 NFL Draft are set, with the exception four picks decided by a coin flip at the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.

From Mocking The Draft:

1. Indianapolis Colts - 2-14 (.539)
2. St. Louis Rams - 2-14 (.590)
3. Minnesota Vikings - 3-13 (.559)
4. Cleveland Brown - 4-12 (.531)
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 4-12 (.551)
6. Washington Redskins - 5-11 (.477)
7. Jacksonville Jaguars - 5-11 (.500)
* 8/9. Carolina Panthers - 6-10 (.504)
* 8/9. Miami Dolphins - 6-10 (.504)
10. Buffalo Bills - 6-10 (.520)
* 11/12. Kansas City Chiefs - 7-9 (.512)
* 11/12. Seattle Seahawks - 7-9 (.512)
13. Arizona Cardinals - 8-8 (.469)
14. Dallas Cowboys - 8-8 (.473)
15. Philadelphia Eagles - 8-8 (.488)
16. New York Jets - 8-8 (.500)
17. Cincinnati Bengals (via Oakland Raiders in Carson Palmer trade) - 8-8 (.504)
18. San Diego Chargers - 8-8 (.516)
19. Chicago Bears - 8-8 (.527)
20. Tennessee Titans - 9-7 (.461)