Cleveland Browns To Draft Sixth in the First Round of the 2011 NFL Draft

January 4, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now that the 2010/2011 NFL season has concluded, the draft order for the first 20 picks in the upcoming 2011 draft have been decided.
The Cleveland Browns will draft sixth in the upcoming draft, behind the Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals and Arizona Cardinals.
The Panthers, who finished with a 2-14 record, will get the first pick in the draft. They must decide whether to spend that pick on quarterback prospect Andrew Luck or wait to develop last season's second round draft choice, Jimmy Clausen.
The Broncos, Bills and Bengals all finished with a 4-12 record and will be anxiously awaiting the Panthers' choice to figure out which direction they will be going in.
The Cardinals and Browns were the only two teams to finish with a 5-12 record. The tiebreaker for draft position is strength of schedule, which is determined by compiling opponents' winning percentage for this past season.
Now the fierce debate can begin: Who will the ...

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