2014 NFL Draft Order: Where All 32 Teams Will Select in Each Round

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2014 NFL Draft Order: Where All 32 Teams Will Select in Each Round
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The NFL draft is incredibly significant for each and every team, regardless of when it is picking.

Round 1 of the draft will make for the best viewing, but the 200-plus picks thereafter matter, too.

While nailing first-round selections, especially those in the top 10, can set up a franchise for years to come, there is still plenty of talent to be found further down the board, and the relative reward increases in later rounds along with the degree of difficulty.

All 32 organization must land talented players early in order to stay respectable, but it's the ones that can find value on Days 2 and 3 that build up the depth necessary to sustain a deep playoff run.

Here's the order of all 256 selections:

 

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

Round 2
Pick (overall) 
1 (33). Houston Texans 
2 (34). Washington Redskins 
3 (35). Cleveland Browns 
4 (36). Oakland Raiders 
5 (37). Atlanta Falcons 
6 (38). Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
7 (39). Jacksonville Jaguars 
8 (40). Minnesota Vikings 
9 (41). Buffalo Bills 
10 (42). Tennessee Titans 
11 (43). New York Giants 
12 (44). St. Louis Rams 
13 (45). Detroit Lions 
14 (46). Pittsburgh Steelers 
15 (47). Dallas Cowboys 
16 (48). Baltimore Ravens 
17 (49). New York Jets 
18 (50). Miami Dolphins 
19 (51). Chicago Bears 
20 (52). Arizona Cardinals 
21 (53). Green Bay Packers 
22 (54). Philadelphia Eagles 
23 (55). Cincinnati Bengals 
24 (56). San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City Chiefs) 
25 (57). San Diego Chargers 
26 (58). New Orleans Saints 
27 (59). Indianapolis Colts 
28 (60). Carolina Panthers 
29 (61). San Francisco 49ers 
30 (62). New England Patriots 
31 (63). Denver Broncos 
32 (64). Seattle Seahawks


Round 3
1 (65). Houston Texans 
2 (66). Washington Redskins 
3 (67). Oakland Raiders 
4 (68). Atlanta Falcons 
5 (69). Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
6 (70). Jacksonville Jaguars 
7 (71). Cleveland Browns 
8 (72). Minnesota Vikings 
9 (73). Buffalo Bills 
10 (74). New York Giants 
11 (75). St. Louis Rams 
12 (76). Detroit Lions 
13 (77). San Francisco 49ers (from Tennessee Titans) 
14 (78). Dallas Cowboys 
15 (79). Baltimore Ravens 
16 (80). New York Jets 
17 (81). Miami Dolphins 
18 (82). Chicago Bears 
19 (83). Cleveland Browns (from Pittsburgh Steelers) 
20 (84). Arizona Cardinals 
21 (85). Green Bay Packers 
22 (86). Philadelphia Eagles 
23 (87). Kansas City Chiefs 
24 (88). Cincinnati Bengals 
25 (89). San Diego Chargers 
26 (90). Indianapolis Colts 
27 (91). New Orleans Saints 
28 (92). Carolina Panthers 
29 (93). New England Patriots 
30 (94). San Francisco 49ers 
31 (95). Denver Broncos 
32 (96). Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle Seahawks) 
33 (97). Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection) 
34 (98). Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection) 
35 (99). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) 
36 (100). San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection)

 

Round 4
1 (101). Houston Texans 
2 (102). Washington Redskins 
3 (103). Atlanta Falcons 
4 (104). New York Jets (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers) 
5 (105). Jacksonville Jaguars 
6 (106). Cleveland Browns 
7 (107). Oakland Raiders 
8 (108). Minnesota Vikings 
9 (109). Buffalo Bills 
10 (110). St. Louis Rams 
11 (111). Detroit Lions 
12 (112). Tennessee Titans 
13 (113). New York Giants 
14 (114). Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore Ravens) 
15 (115). New York Jets 
16 (116). Miami Dolphins 
17 (117). Chicago Bears 
18 (118). Pittsburgh Steelers 
19 (119). Dallas Cowboys 
20 (120). Arizona Cardinals 
21 (121). Green Bay Packers 
22 (122). Philadelphia Eagles 
23 (123). Cincinnati Bengals 
24 (124). Kansas City Chiefs 
25 (125). San Diego Chargers 
26 (126). New Orleans Saints 
27 (127). Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis Colts) 
28 (128). Carolina Panthers 
29 (129). San Francisco 49ers 
30 (130). New England Patriots 
31 (131). Denver Broncos 
32 (132). Seattle Seahawks 
33 (133). Detroit Lions (compensatory selection) 
34 (134). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) 
35 (135). Houston Texans (compensatory selection) 
36 (136). Detroit Lions (compensatory selection) 
37 (137). New York Jets (compensatory selection) 
38 (138). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) 
39 (139). Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection) 
40 (140). New England Patriots (compensatory selection)

 

Round 5
1 (141). Houston Texans 
2 (142). Washington Redskins 
3 (143). Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
4 (144). Jacksonville Jaguars 
5 (145). Cleveland Browns 
6 (146). Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland Raiders) 
7 (147). Atlanta Falcons 
8 (148). Minnesota Vikings 
9 (149). Buffalo Bills 
10 (150). Jacksonville Jaguars (from Detroit Lions) 
11 (151). Tennessee Titans 
12 (152). New York Giants 
13 (153). St. Louis Rams 
14 (154). New York Jets 
15 (155). Miami Dolphins 
16 (156). Chicago Bears 
17 (157). Pittsburgh Steelers 
18 (158). Dallas Cowboys 
19 (159). Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore Ravens) 
20 (160). Arizona Cardinals 
21 (161). Green Bay Packers 
22 (162). Philadelphia Eagles 
23 (163). Kansas City Chiefs 
24 (164). Cincinnati Bengals 
25 (165). San Diego Chargers 
26 (166). Indianapolis Colts 
27 (167). New Orleans Saints 
28 (168). Carolina Panthers 
29 (169). New Orleans Saints (from New England Patriots through Philadelphia Eagles) 
30 (170). San Francisco 49ers 
31 (171). Denver Broncos 
32 (172). Seattle Seahawks 
33 (173). Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection) 
34 (174). New York Giants (compensatory selection) 
35 (175). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) 
36 (176). Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection)

 

Round 6
1 (177). Houston Texans 
2 (178). Washington Redskins 
3 (179). Jacksonville Jaguars 
4 (180). Cleveland Browns 
5 (181). Houston Texans (from Oakland Raiders) 
6 (182). Atlanta Falcons 
7 (183). Chicago Bears (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers) 
8 (184). Minnesota Vikings 
9 (185). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Buffalo Bills) 
10 (186). Tennessee Titans 
11 (187). New York Giants 
12 (188). St. Louis Rams 
13 (189). Detroit Lions 
14 (190). Miami Dolphins 
15 (191). Chicago Bears 
16 (192). Pittsburgh Steelers 
17 (193). Kansas City Chiefs (from Dallas Cowboys) 
18 (194). Baltimore Ravens 
19 (195). New York Jets 
20 (196). Arizona Cardinals 
21 (197). Green Bay Packers 
22 (198). New England Patriots (from Philadelphia Eagles) 
23 (199). Cincinnati Bengals 
24 (200). Kansas City Chiefs 
25 (201). San Diego Chargers 
26 (202). New Orleans Saints 
27 (203). Indianapolis Colts 
28 (204). Carolina Panthers 
29 (205). Jacksonville Jaguars (from San Francisco 49ers) 
30 (206). New England Patriots 
31 (207). Denver Broncos 
32 (208). Seattle Seahawks 
33 (209). New York Jets (compensatory selection) 
34 (210). New York Jets (compensatory selection) 
35 (211). Houston Texans (compensatory selection) 
36 (212). Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection) 
37 (213). New York Jets (compensatory selection) 
38 (214). St. Louis Rams (compensatory selection) 
39 (215). Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection)

Round 7
1 (216). Houston Texans 
2 (217). Washington Redskins 
3 (218). Cleveland Browns 
4 (219). Oakland Raiders 
5 (220). Atlanta Falcons 
6 (221). Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
7 (222). Jacksonville Jaguars 
8 (223). Minnesota Vikings 
9 (224). Buffalo Bills 
10 (225). Carolina Panthers (from New York Giants) 
11 (226). St. Louis Rams 
12 (227). Detroit Lions 
13 (228). Tennessee Titans 
14 (229). Dallas Cowboys (from Chicago Bears) 
15 (230). Pittsburgh Steelers 
16 (231). Dallas Cowboys 
17 (232). Indianapolis Colts (from Baltimore Ravens) 
18 (233). New York Jets 
19 (234). Miami Dolphins 
20 (235). Oakland Raiders (from Arizona Cardinals) 
21 (236). Green Bay Packers 
22 (237). Philadelphia Eagles 
23 (238). Dallas Cowboys (from Kansas City Chiefs) 
24 (239). Cincinnati Bengals 
25 (240). San Diego Chargers 
26 (241). St. Louis Rams (from Indianapolis Colts) 
27 (242). San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans Saints) 
28 (243). San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina Panthers) 
29 (244). New England Patriots 
30 (245). San Francisco 49ers 
31 (246). Denver Broncos 
32 (247). Oakland Raiders (from Seattle Seahawks) 
33 (248). Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection) 
34 (249). St. Louis Rams (compensatory selection) 
35 (250). St. Louis Rams (compensatory selection) 
36 (251). Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection) 
37 (252). Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection) 
38 (253). Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection) 
39 (254). Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection) 
40 (255). Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection) 
41 (256). Houston Texans (compensatory selection)

 

Most Intriguing Teams to Watch

Day 1: Cleveland Browns

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There's a new regime in charge in Cleveland, and GM Ray Farmer has a favorable first-round slate with which to work.

Thank goodness this draft his top-heavy with quarterbacks, because the Browns have posted losing records in 18 of the past 21 seasons, at which point Bernie Kosar was still under center. There's no better way to turn around that history of futility than to land a franchise QB.

All indications show Farmer and the Browns looking to go that route, with ESPN's Chris Mortensen identifying a likely candidate to be the charismatic new face of the franchise, per NFL on ESPN:

With Johnny Manziel slinging the ball, Josh Gordon could be an even more dangerous downfield weapon, and the Browns offense would gain an extra dimension with Manziel's ability to move outside the pocket and make plays.

That's just what they could do with the fourth pick. They also have the 26th selection, which they could also package with some later picks to move up even higher in the first round. Wherever they wind up picking again, the Browns would likely get Manziel even more help on offense.

 

Day 2: Washington Redskins

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Washington would be picking second overall if it still had its first-rounder. Instead, the Redskins packaged that pick to get Robert Griffin III, leaving them reeling after a dismal followup to a playoff appearance during RGIII's rookie campaign.

Griffin was ineffective and banged up last season, but he's still undoubtedly Washington's quarterback of the future. The question then becomes, who do the Redskins put around him in order to succeed?

Washington has the second picks in both the second and third rounds, which still gives them means to nab significant improvements for both their receiving corps and their secondary.

Picking up DeSean Jackson to pair with Pierre Garcon helps, but Griffin could still use a taller receiver to target in the red zone. And no matter how potent the passing game gets, the Redskins are going to be toast unless they shore up a secondary that was routinely beaten down the field last season.

Two Day 2 picks might not even be enough, so look for Washington to shop Kirk Cousins. The backup QB  could have more value elsewhere than he does behind RGIII, and as ESPN's John Keim reports, an NFL executive believes Cousins could garner Washington another pick in the third round.

 

Day 3: Seattle Seahawks

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The defending Super Bowl champs are already a powerhouse, and they got to be that way by crushing their late selections.

Seattle got both Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor in the fifth round. Walter Thurmond was drafted in the fourth, Byron Maxwell in the sixth and Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith in the seventh. Those guys comprised one of the best defenses in recent memory, and none of them were one of the first 100 selections in their respective draft.

Now Thurmond is with the New York Giants, and the Legion of Boom always needs more hard hitters. Unfortunately for the Seahawks, the copycat nature of the league could lead to a run on bigger defensive backs earlier in the draft, cutting into the late value of which they have taken advantage.

Most of the principal members of Seattle's defense are still in place, so the need doesn't seem urgent. But injuries and other factors make depth a constant necessity.

If the Seahawks want to stay physical, they need to keep picking right. 

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