Ravens 2014 Draft Pick

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After the ending of the 2013 season, the Baltimore Ravens must flip coin for 2014 Draft Pick. After a 8-8 season, this should not be surprising.

The Ravens won’t know if they get the No. 16 or 17 draft pick until February at the NFL Combine. There they will flip a coin with the Dallas Cowboys. If the Ravens win the coin flip, they will get the No. 16 pick, just behind the No. 15 Pittsburgh Steelers.

The reason for the coin flip is due to the strength of schedules and equal records of both teams.

Regardless of the coin-flip outcome, the Ravens’ position will be the highest they’ve had since 2006 when they selected Haloti Ngata at No. 12.

Other than slots 16 and 17, the first 20 draft picks have been set. The final 12 will be determined by the outcome of the playoffs.

1. Houston Texans: 2-14 (.559)
2. St. Louis Rams (via Washington Redskins): 3-13 (.516)
3. Jacksonville Jaguars: 4-12 (.504)
4. Cleveland Browns: 4-12 (.516)
5. Oakland Raiders: 4-12 (.523)
6. Atlanta Falcons: 4-12 (.553)
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 4-12 (.574)
8. Minnesota Vikings: 5-10-1 (.512)
9. Buffalo Bills: 6-10 (.520)
10. Detroit Lions: 7-9 (.457)
11. Tennessee Titans: 7-9 (.504)
12. New York Giants: 7-9 (.520)
13. St. Louis Rams: 7-9 (.551)
14. Chicago Bears: 8-8 (.465)
15. Pittsburgh Steelers: 8-8 (.469)
16 or 17. Baltimore Ravens: 8-8 (.484)
16 or 17. Dallas Cowboys: 8-8 (.484)
18. New York Jets: 8-8 (.488)
19. Miami Dolphins: 8-8 (.523)
20. Arizona Cardinals: 10-6 (.529)

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