2011 NFL Draft Order: Browns Sitting At #11 With Two Weeks To Go

The Cleveland Browns have played 14 games this season and are on the cusp of a Top-10 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.  At 5-9, the Browns are in a 5-way tie with San Francisco, Washington, Dallas and Houston.  Much will need to be determined between now and the end of the season, but the Browns - with losses in their final two games - could be looking at the #7 pick in the Draft.  

Here is a look at the 2011 NFL Draft Order as it stands right now:

 

  1.  Carolina (2-12)
  2. Denver (3-11)
  3. Cincinnati (3-11)
  4. Arizona (4-10)
  5. Detroit (4-10)
  6. Buffalo (4-10)
  7. San Francisco (5-9)
  8. Washington (5-9)
  9. Dallas (5-9)
  10. Houston (5-9)
  11. Cleveland (5-9)
  12. Seattle (6-8)
  13. Tennessee (6-8)
  14. Minnesota (5-8)**
  15. New England - from Oakland (7-7)
  16. Miami (7-7)
  17. San Diego (8-6)
  18. Jacksonville (8-6)
  19. Tampa Bay (8-6)
  20. Green Bay (8-6)
  21. St. Louis* (6-8)
  22. Indianapolis* (8-6)
  23. Kansas City* (9-5)
  24. Chicago* (9-4)**
  25. New York Giants* (10-4)
  26. New York Jets* (10-4)
  27. Baltimore* (10-4)
  28. New Orleans* (10-4)
  29. Philadelphia* (10-4)
  30. Pittsburgh* (10-4)
  31. Atlanta* (12-2)
  32. New England* (12-2)

One asterisk denotes a team currently in the playoffs. The draft order for those teams will depend on how they do in the postseason. Two asterisks means the team is yet to play its Week 15 game. 

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