49ers Will Select Seventh in the 2016 NFL Draft

Jan 3, 2016 at 6:11 PM--


With the San Francisco 49ers 19-16 overtime win against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, the team has fallen to the seventh overall selection in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Things may shift a bit with the lower selections because of the Sunday night game between the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers, but for the 49ers and everyone around them, they are set.

Last week, the 49ers had moved up to the fifth overall selection with their loss to the Detroit Lions.

The team may make their selections without head coach Jim Tomsula, who is expected to be let go following a disappointing 5-11 season.

21 and below will be determined by how the playoffs finish.

Below is the draft order, based on playoff seeding (21-32), record, and strength of schedule (SOS), for all 32 (Really 31 since the New England Patriots have forfeited their pick) first-round spots if the season ended prior to Sunday Night Football.

Team Record SOS
1 Tennessee Titans 3-13 .492
2 Cleveland Browns 3-13 .531
3 San Diego Chargers 4-12 .528
4 Dallas Cowboys 4-12 .533
5 Jacksonville Jaguars 5-11 .473
6 Baltimore Ravens 5-11 .508
7 San Francisco 49ers 5-11 .539
8 Miami Dolphins 6-10 .469
9 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6-10 .484
10 New York Giants 6-10 .498
11 Chicago Bears 6-10 .548
12 New Orleans Saints 7-9 .504
13 Philadelphia Eagles 7-9 .508
14 Oakland Raiders 7-9 .512
15 St. Louis Rams 7-9 .528
16 Detroit Lions 7-9 .536
17 Atlanta Falcons 8-8 .478
18 Indianapolis Colts 8-8 .500
19 Buffalo Bills 8-8 .508
20 New York Jets 10-6 .441
21 Pittsburgh Steelers 10-6
22 Seattle Seahawks 10-6
23 Minnesota Vikings 10-5
24 Kansas City Chiefs 11-5
25 Washington Redskins 9-7
26 Houston Texans 9-7
27 Green Bay Packers 10-5
28 Cincinnati Bengals 12-4
29 New England Patriots* 12-4
30 Arizona Cardinals 13-3
31 Denver Broncos 12-4
32 Carolina Panthers 15-1

* New England Patriots' selection has been forfeited
** 21-32 based on projected playoff seeding, not record or strength of schedule



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