The 2006 NFL Draft is right around the corner, and KFFL provides a look at the first two rounds in a mock draft. First, let's take a look at the criteria involved in determining the draft order.
- The team with the lowest winning percentage at the end of the previous season drafts first in the NFL draft
- The rest of the teams are placed in order from lowest winning percentage to the highest
- The Super Bowl winner drafts last, even if they do not have the highest winning percentage
- The Super Bowl loser drafts next to last
- Strength of schedule for the previous season is the first tie-breaker for teams with the same winning percentage
- Divisional and conference records are the next step in the tie-breaking procedure
- As a last resort, a coin toss is used to determine the order of selection for teams with the same winning percentage
- If a playoff and non-playoff team end the season with the same winning percentage, the non-playoff team selects before the playoff team regardless of strength of schedule
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