2012 NFL Draft Order: New York Jets Pick No. 14

Sunday's devastating 19-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins finished the New York Jets' season, and now players will hit the golf links while fans prepare for the 2012 NFL Draft (April 26-28). For those Jets fans curious as to where New York will pick in the draft, well here's the finalized draft order for the NFL franchises that did not make the playoffs:

  1. Indianapolis Colts: 2-14
  2. St. Louis Rams: 2-14
  3. Minnesota Vikings: 3-13
  4. Cleveland Browns: 4-12
  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 4-12
  6. Washington Redskins: 5-11
  7. Jacksonville Jaguars: 5-11
  8. Carolina Panthers: 6-10
  9. Miami Dolphins: 6-10
  10. Buffalo Bills: 6-10
  11. Arizona Cardinals: 7-9
  12. Kansas City Chiefs: 7-9
  13. Philadelphia Eagles: 8-8
  14. New York Jets: 8-8
  15. Seattle Seahawks: 8-8
  16. San Diego Chargers: 8-8
  17. Oakland Raiders: 8-8 (Cincinnati's pick)
  18. Chicago Bears: 8-8
  19. New York Giants (if they lose Sunday night): 8-8
  20. Dallas Cowboys (if they lose Sunday night): 8-8
  21. Tennessee Titans: 9-7 (will be No. 20)

-- See Gang Green Nation for all the post-game Jets discussion and analysis. For more 2012 NFL Draft order scenarios, visit this StoryStream.

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