2011 NFL Draft Order: Analyzing Each Team’s Draft-Day Philosophy

January 5, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the NFL regular season finished, the playoffs are set to start on Saturday with the New Orleans Saints visiting the Seattle Seahawks and the New York Jets traveling to the Indianapolis Colts (followed by the Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City Chiefs and Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday).
So while these teams (and those who have first-round byes) are focused on winning the Super Bowl, the remaining 20 NFL franchises are now putting their energy into the offseason.
The 2011 NFL Draft order is set for these teams, so they can at least get some idea on which players will be available when they are put on the clock.
And while we don't know where Jim Harbaugh, Bill Cowher and John Gruden will land in the head coaching carousel, or if Cam Newton, Andrew Luck, et. al. will enter the draft, we can still have a pretty good idea of each team's draft-day philosophy at this point.
So here it is, every team's strategy in approaching the 2011 NFL Draft.

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