Update: Ravens will have 6 AFC North picks ahead of them in first round of the Draft

 

The Ravens are now officially the last team standing the AFC North after the mighty division was taken down a few notches in the wild card round of the playoffs. With the Bengals clearly not ready for the playoffs and the Steelers getting Tebow’d, accompanied by the annual awfulness of the Cleveland Browns, the reputation of the AFC North rest on the shoulders of the Ravens.

The Ravens will have the 6th pick among AFC North teams since the Browns(Falcons from Julio Jones trade) and the Bengals(Raiders from Carson Palmer Trade) have 2 first round picks each. Since the Falcons were eliminated along with the Steelers and Bengals, and the Raiders and Browns didnt make the playoffs all the AFC North picks are set(aside from a coin flip), save the Ravens selection. Something tells me though that the Ravens wont mind picking last in the division, especially if they can lock up the 32nd overall pick.

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Topics: 2012 NFL Draft, AFC North, Baltimore Ravens, Draft, Ravens

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  • TNocar

    @ravensbuzztap Ozzie will still come out with a better player.

  • TNocar

    @ravensbuzztap Ozzie will still come out with a better player.

  • Tymonster183

    @TNocar agreed, chances at landing Burfict are slim to none though, he was a possibility if ATL went further and made browns pick later

  • Tymonster183

    @TNocar agreed, chances at landing Burfict are slim to none though, he was a possibility if ATL went further and made browns pick later