The 2014 NFL Draft Order Announced
Some teams toward the end of the NFL football season, if their record is bad enough, look forward to the NFL Draft. If their record is bad enough they will have an early pick in hopes they draft the next big breakout star to turn their team around.
Here are the First Five Picks
1. Houston Texans
With a 2-14 record, this team's poor performance has shocked everyone. They went from a AFC South favorite the past two years to simply a joke. Hopefully they can find a spark. With their new coach Bill O'Brien, maybe he can get things turned around.
2. St. Louis Rams (From The Washington Redskins)
St. Louis is in a good place with this draft pick. They are not a terrible team. Their record was 7-9 this season and they always give their divisional opponents trouble. Their trade with Washington paid off with them going 3-13. I think Coach Fisher is pretty excited...
3. Jacksonville Jaguars
The worst thing that could have happened to the Jaguars was going 4-12. They need a higher draft pick and the best possible players they can. They need a lot of help. We'll see what they can do. Will they take Tim Tebow away from the SEC Network? We will see.
At the beginning of the season I was sure that Cleveland had a shot at a pretty good season. Then in true Browns fashion, they collapsed. Of course they have one of the first five draft picks.
5. Oakland Raiders
One thing that Oakland has going for them is their fans. Players? Let's see what this draft can do for them.
The NFL Draft is an exciting time for football fans. People begin to think about what plans coaches have to bring their team to the playoffs to win the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy.
To See The Whole Draft Order Check Out: The NFL's Website