Draft order set; Titans not in the top 10 this time

The end of the regular season means the start of the NFL draft is set.

The Tennessee Titans will pick 11th overall, one spot later than in 2013 when they selected guard Chance Warmack.

Among a group of four teams that finished 7-9, Tennessee will choose second based on strength of schedule.

The top 20 spots are assured. The last 12 are subject to change based on the postseason.

The current draft order (with 2013 record and strength of schedule):

1 Houston Texans 2 14   0.559
2 St. Louis Rams (WAS) 3 13   0.516
3 Jacksonville Jaguars 4 12   0.504
4 Cleveland Browns 4 12   0.516
5 Oakland Raiders 4 12   0.523
6 Atlanta Falcons 4 12   0.553
7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4 12   0.574
8 Minnesota Vikings 5 10 1 0.512
9 Buffalo Bills 6 10   0.520
10 Detroit Lions 7 9   0.457
11 Tennessee Titans 7 9   0.504
12 New York Giants 7 9   0.520
13 St. Louis Rams 7 9   0.551
14 Chicago Bears 8 8   0.465
15 Pittsburgh Steelers 8 8   0.469
16 Baltimore Ravens** 8 8   0.484
17 Dallas Cowboys** 8 8   0.484
18 New York Jets 8 8   0.488
19 Miami Dolphins 8 8   0.523
20 Arizona Cardinals 10 6   0.516
21 Green Bay Packers 8 7 1 0.453
22 San Diego Chargers 9 7   0.496
23 Philadelphia Eagles 10 6   0.453
24 Kansas City Chiefs 11 5   0.445
25 Cincinnati Bengals 11 5   0.480
26 Cleveland Browns (IND) 11 5   0.484
27 New Orleans Saints 11 5   0.516
28 New England Patriots 12 4   0.473
29 San Francisco 49ers 12 4   0.494
30 Carolina Panthers 12 4   0.494
31 Denver Broncos 13 3   0.469
32 Seattle Seahawks 13 3   0.490

The last time the franchise had the 11th overall pick was 1985, when it was acquired in a trade with New Orleans for running back Earl Campbell. The then-Houston Oilers selected defensive back Richard Johnson.

The last time the team earned the 11th overall pick was 1977, when it selected tackle Morris Towns.