So here are the NFL rules: • 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. Now, I don't mind figuring all this out, say for strength of schedule, just count up the number of wins the 16 opponents had. But , what I don't get is that I've seen in some places, that the lower strength of schedule picks first. Why would that be? So, for the first pick, Tennessee and Arizona both are 3-13, but Arizona has the lower SOS (129 wins) while Tennessee's is higher (141 wins). So by official NFL rules, arizona would get the first pick, not Tennessee as previously expected. You guys just let me know if you want me to go through with this or just go with the Madden order.