Updated Eagles draft picks after end of regular season


The regular season is over and we at least know where two of the Eagles’ three first round picks will end up.

Since the Colts and the Dolphins missed out on the postseason, their picks are now locked in for the Eagles at No. 15 and No. 16.

Who would have thought when the Eagles were 2-5 that their own pick would end up being the least valuable of the three?

But thanks to the Colts’ pathetic loss on Sunday, they missed the playoffs and that pick went from the 20s to the teens, which means the Eagles are guaranteed to have two picks in the top 20. Depending on how the wild card round goes, the Eagles could end up with three picks in the top 20.

The Eagles haven’t drafted three players in the top 20 picks since 1949, the year they took Chuck Bednarik first overall. They haven’t taken two players in the top 20 since 1973, when they drafted Jerry Sisemore at No. 3 and Charle Young at No. 6.

At the end of the regular season, here’s a look at the draft order. The top 18 picks are locked in. The last 14 will depend on the playoffs; below are projections, via Tankathon.

1. Jaguars

2. Lions

3. Texans

4. Jets

5. Giants

6. Panthers

7. Giants (from Chicago)

8. Falcons

9. Broncos

10. Jets (from Seattle)

11. Washington

12. Vikings

13. Browns

14. Ravens

15. Eagles (from Miami)

16. Eagles (from Indianapolis)

17. Chargers

18. Saints

19. Eagles

20. Steelers

21. Patriots

22. Dolphins (from San Francisco)

23. Raiders

24. Cardinals

25. Bengals

26. Bills

27. Lions (from LA Rams)

28. Cowboys

29. Chiefs

30. Buccaneers

31. Titans


32. Packers

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