2012 NFL Draft Order: Philadelphia Eagles Picking No. 13

The Eagles would be picking at #13 if the season ended today

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2012 NFL Draft Order: Philadelphia Eagles Picking No. 13

Sunday's 20-7 victory over the Dallas Cowboys meant only one thing to most Philadelphia Eagles fans, who already knew their team wasn't going to the playoffs after the New York Giants defeated the New York Jets, 29-14, earlier in the day, but a drop in the 2012 NFL draft order.

Yes, sure a victory over their NFC East rivals, which extended the Eagles winning streak to three games, is a solid way to finish the season that has mostly been a nightmare. However, for those fans specifically interested in how the wins and losses impact Philly's draft status, well, our friends at SB Nation Washington D.C. posted the current draft order if the season ended this Sunday.

Here is the order as it stands:

  1. Indianapolis Colts: 2-13
  2. St. Louis Rams: 2-13
  3. Minnesota Vikings: 3-12
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: 4-11
  5. Cleveland Browns: 4-11
  6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 4-11
  7. Washington Redskins: 5-10
  8. Miami Dolphins: 5-10
  9. Carolina Panthers: 6-9
  10. Buffalo Bills: 6-9
  11. Kansas City Chiefs: 6-9
  12. Arizona Cardinals: 7-8
  13. Philadelphia Eagles: 7-8
  14. Seattle Seahawks: 7-8
  15. San Diego Chargers: 7-8
  16. Chicago Bears: 7-7
  17. Dallas Cowboys: 8-7
  18. Tennessee Titans: 8-7
  19. New York Jets: 8-7
  20. Oakland Raiders: 8-7

For more in the 2012 NFL Draft, visit Mocking The Draft.


Cowboys Vs. Eagles Injury Report: Michael Vick, Jeremy Maclin, Ronnie Brown Will Play

The injury report for the Philadelphia Eagles has been released, and quarterback Michael Vick, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and running back Ronnie Brown are all active for the Week 16 match up with the Dallas Cowboys. During the week, Vick was kept out of practice with a rib injury, while Brown and Maclin were battling hamstring issues.

Also playing Sunday WILL be:

T Todd Herremans
DT Cullen Jenkins
DE Darryl Tapp

The following players WILL NOT play Sunday:

DE Brandon Graham
OT Winston Justice

DT Trevor Laws
LB Greg Lloyd
CB Asante Samuel
DT Cedric Thornton
G Julian Vandervelde

The Cowboys inactives are out and running back Felix Jones is active but his playing status hinges on if the New York Giants win or lose to the New York Jets. If the Giants win, then Jones will not play, but if the Giants fall then Jones will try to give it a go.

For more coverage of the Eagles vs. Cowboys, stay tuned to our storystream. For more Philadelphia Eagles coverage, visit our team page, or our blog Bleeding Green Nation.


NFL Playoff Scenarios Week 16: Philadelphia Eagles Hoping For New York Giants Loss

If you're a Philadelphia Eagles fan scoreboard watching the early Week 16 NFL games Saturday and curious what needs to happen for the Eagles to remain in the NFC playoff race. Well, you're in luck, as it's all pretty simple.

Basically, all that needs to happen this week is:

New York Giants (7-7) lose to the New York Jets (8-6)
Philadelphia (6-8) earns a victory over the Dallas Cowboys (8-6).

If the Giants win then the Eagles are eliminated from the playoff race

However, if all goes the Eagles way this week, then next week all the needs to happen is:

Eagles defeat the Washington Redskins
Giants beat the Cowboys.

Here's a quick look at the NFC playoff picture right now.

Division Leaders
Green Bay Packers (13-1) Clinched Division
New Orleans Saints (11-3) Clinched Playoff Berth
San Francisco 49ers (11-3) Clinched Division
Dallas Cowboys (8-6)

Atlanta Falcons (9-5)
Detroit Lions (9-5)

In The Hunt
Seattle Seahawks (7-7)
Chicago Bears 7-7)
New York Giants (7-7)
Arizona Cardinals (7-7)
Philadelphia Eagles (6-8)

For more Philadelphia Eagles coverage, visit our team page or our blog, Bleeding Green Nation.


Asante Samuel Injury Update: Cornerback Ruled Out For Saturday's Game Vs. Cowboys

After missing two straight day of practice with a hamstring injury, Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel has been ruled out for Saturday's Week 16 match up at the Dallas Cowboys (4:15 p.m. ET on FOX). The absence of the four-time Pro Bowler Samuel, who hurt his hamstring in the Eagles-Jets game, will be a tough one to overcome for Philadelphia (6-8), which needs to beat the Cowboys (8-6) to keep its playoff hopes alive.

On Thursday, Eagles' head coach Andy Reid said if Samuel was unable to go Saturday, Dominique Rodgers-Cromatrite would start at left cornerback opposite of Nnamdi Asomugha.

"It's tough for those guys to get through the season, at least the history of it has been that way here," Reid said. "That position (and) your D-line, you can't have enough of those guys, and we're fortunate to have the guys we have at that spot."

For more coverage of the Eagles vs. Cowboys, stay tuned to our storystream. For more Philadelphia Eagles coverage, visit our team page, or our blog Bleeding Green Nation.

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