INDIANAPOLIS — Three coin flips were conducted to determine the draft order for six teams Friday.
The Jaguars and Bears, who had identical 7-9 records last season and an equal strength of schedule, participated in the first flip. Jacksonville won the flip and will pick 10th overall. The Broncos obtained Chicago's first-round pick last year as part of the trade for Jay Cutler and will pick 11th.
The Titans won the second flip and have the 16th overall pick. San Francisco will pick 17th. Each team had an 8-8 record last season.
The final flip was between the Falcons and the Texans, who each finished 9-7 in ’09. Atlanta won the flip and is slated to pick 19th. Houston has the 20th pick.
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