2012 NFL Draft Order: Washington Redskins Remain In Seventh Despite Loss To Vikings

The Washington Redskins' 33-26 loss to the Minnesota Vikings ultimately did nothing to affect their position in the 2012 NFL Draft order. With one week to play in the season, the Redskins are still sitting in the No. 7 slot in the draft order, though they did inch closer to moving up even higher depending on what happens in Week 17.

The Redskins currently are tied for the seventh-worst record at 5-10 with the Miami Dolphins, but own the tiebreaker by virtue of their strength of schedule. Redskins opponents have combined for a winning percentage of just under 47 percent this season.

Here is the order as it stands:

  1. Indianapolis Colts: 2-13
  2. St. Louis Rams: 2-13
  3. Minnesota Vikings: 3-12
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: 4-11
  5. Cleveland Browns: 4-11
  6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 4-11
  7. Washington Redskins: 5-10
  8. Miami Dolphins: 5-10
  9. Carolina Panthers: 6-9
  10. Buffalo Bills: 6-9
  11. Kansas City Chiefs: 6-9
  12. Arizona Cardinals: 7-8
  13. Philadelphia Eagles: 7-8
  14. Seattle Seahawks: 7-8
  15. San Diego Chargers: 7-8
  16. Chicago Bears: 7-7
  17. Dallas Cowboys: 8-7
  18. Tennessee Titans: 8-7
  19. New York Jets: 8-7
  20. Oakland Raiders: 8-7

For more 2012 NFL Draft order scenarios, visit this StoryStream.

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