Packers Own 21st Pick of First Round

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The first-round order for this year's draft, set for May 8-10, has been set with the completion of the Super Bowl.

With the completion of the Super Bowl, the first-round draft order is almost complete.

As was known upon Green Bay's elimination from the playoffs, the Packers hold the 21st pick of this year's draft, which begins on May 8.

The only slots that have not beeen determined are Nos. 16 and 17. Baltimore and Dallas finished 8-8 and had the same strength of schedule. A coin flip will determine which team will pick 16th and which team will pick 17th.

Houston owns the first pick, followed by St. Louis (via Washington, which moved up in 2012 to select Robert Griffin III), Jacksonville, Cleveland and Oakland.

PickTeamWLTPct.SOSO-WO-LO-T
1.Houston Texans2140.125.5591431130
2.Washington Redskins3130.188.5161311232
3.Jacksonville Jaguars4120.250.5041291270
4.Cleveland Browns4120.250.5161311232
5.Oakland Raiders4120.250.5231341220
6.Atlanta Falcons4120.250.5531411141
7.Tampa Bay Buccaneers4120.250.5741471090
8.Minnesota Vikings5101.344.5121301242
9.Buffalo Bills6100.375.5201331230
10.Detroit Lions790.438.4571151374
11.Tennessee Titans790.438.5041291270
12.New York Giants790.438.5201321222
13.St. Louis Rams790.438.5511411150
14.Chicago Bears880.500.4651171354
15.Pittsburgh Steelers880.500.4691191352
16.Baltimore Ravens #880.500.4841231312
 Dallas Cowboys #880.500.4841231312
18.New York Jets880.500.4881251310
19.Miami Dolphins880.500.5231341220
20.Arizona Cardinals1060.625.5311361200
21.Green Bay Packers871.531.4531151392
22.Philadelphia Eagles1060.625.4531151392
23.Kansas City Chiefs1150.688.4451141420
24.Cincinnati Bengals1150.688.4801221322
25.San Diego Chargers970.563.4961271290
26.Indianapolis Colts1150.688.4841241320
27.New Orleans Saints1150.688.5161321240
28.Carolina Panthers1240.750.4941261291
29.New England Patriots1240.750.4731211350
30.San Francisco 49ers1240.750.4941261291
31.Denver Broncos1330.813.4691201360
32.Seattle Seahawks1330.813.4901251301

Key: SOS = strength of schedule; O-W, O-L and O-T are their 2013 opponents' wins, losses and ties.

Note 1: The No. 2 pick belongs to St. Louis, via a trade that allowed Washington to selected Robert Griffin III in 2012.

Note 2: The No. 26 pick belongs to Cleveland, via this year's trade that sent Trent Richardson to the Colts.

Note 3: Pick No. 16 will be determined via a coin flip.


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