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2010 NFL Draft Order: 10 Top NFL Teams to Pick This Year

The 2010 NFL Draft Order is important to many football fans.  The NFL draft order could determine if a team will get top-notch families.  The NFL draft contains players that have been out of high school for at least 3 years and have at least 3 years experience playing at the college level.

Other NFL draft picks can come from the AFL.

Here are the preliminary first 10 picks of the 2010 NFL draft:

1 St. Louis Rams
2 Detroit Lions
3 Kansas City Chiefs
4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
5 Cleveland Browns
6 Washington Redskins
7 Buffalo Bills
8 Oakland Raiders
9 Seattle Seahawks
10 Denver Broncos

How are the NFL draft pick orders chosen? For the most part, the order is generally based on the teams’ season record, with the Superbowl participants placed at the end of the first round.

The NFL draft 2010 has 7 rounds.  The teams have 10 minutes in the first round, 7 minutes in the third round, and 5 minutes in rounds 3-7 to make their picks. If they are late, someone else could steal their contestant.  During the draft, there is always one team “On the clock.”

Who will be chosen in the first NFL draft 2010 round? It will be interesting to see.

    4 Responses to “2010 NFL Draft Order: 10 Top NFL Teams to Pick This Year”

    1. Too bad the Redskins (4-12) finished with a worse record than the Browns (5-11) then your order would be accurate.
      Check your facts before you post.

    2. 1. St. Louis (1-15)
      2. Detroit (2-14)
      3. Tampa Bay (3-13)
      4. Washington (4-12) .500 (Worse Division Record)
      5. Kansas City (4-12) .500
      6. Cleveland (5-11) .500 (Worse Division Record)
      7. Seattle (5-11) .500
      8. Oakland (5-11) .523
      9. Buffalo (6-10)
      10. Chicago (7-9) (Traded to DEN) .468
      11. Jacksonville (7-9) .480
      12. Miami (7-9) .555
      13. San Francisco (8-8) .434
      14. Denver (8-8)(Traded to SEA) .512
      15. Tennessee (8-8) .531
      16. New York Giants (8-8) .555
      17. Carolina (8-8) (Traded to SF) .566
      18. Pittsburgh (9-7)
      19. Atlanta (9-7)
      20. Houston (9-7) (Pending NYJ vs CIN)

    3. Kenne says:

      In the last paragraph you state that teams have 7 minutes in the third round, but meant second. This was a bit confusing at first glance.

    4. obbergton says:

      I really like your writing style, superb information, thankyou for putting up : D.

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