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Current 2013 NFL Draft order: Dolphins, Bucs on track for top-15 picks

Out of the playoff picture, the Dolphins and Buccaneers could receive top-15 picks in the 2013 NFL draft.

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As the football season winds down fans of teams who aren't headed to the playoffs turn their attention to the NFL draft. And for Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins, that attention can be turned now, as the playoffs are no longer in the picture.

If the season ended today, the Buccaneers would be slotted for the No. 11 pick, while the Dolphins would receive the 15th overall selection. Though neither pick is in the top 10, a deep draft could mean that both teams might be able to pick up big talent to help them get into the playoffs in 2013.

Here's what the entire draft order would look like if the season ended today:

1. Kansas City Chiefs (2-13)
2. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-13)
3. Oakland Raiders (4-11)
4. Philadelphia Eagles (4-11)
5. Detroit Lions (4-11)
6. Buffalo Bills (5-10)
7. Cleveland Browns (5-10)
8. Arizona Cardinals (5-10)
9. Tennessee Titans (5-10)
10. San Diego Chargers (6-9)
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-9)
12. New York Jets (6-9)
13. Carolina Panthers (6-9)
14. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8)
15. Miami Dolphins (7-8)
16. New Orleans Saints (7-8)
17. St. Louis Rams (7-7-1)
18. Dallas Cowboys (8-7)
19. New York Giants (8-7)
20. Chicago Bears (9-6)

Picks No. 21 to No. 32 are determined by playoff finishing order, but are listed here by current record:

21. Minnesota Vikings (9-6)
22. Cincinnati Bengals (9-6)
23. Washington Redskins (9-6)
24. Seattle Seahawks (10-5)
25. Indianapolis Colts (10-5)
26. Baltimore Ravens (10-5)
27. San Francisco 49ers (10-4-1)
28. Green Bay Packers (11-4)
29. New England Patriots (11-4)
30. Denver Broncos (12-3)
31. Houston Texans (12-3)
32. Atlanta Falcons (13-2)

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