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NFL Draft

NFL Intro (1 minute)
NFL Structure (2 minutes)
NFL Season (2 minutes)
NFL Playoffs and Super Bowl (2 minutes)
NFL Draft (1 minute)
NFL Players and Info you Should Know (3 minutes)
NFL Teams (4 minutes)

NFL Draft
The draft in April, several months after the Super Bowl, is a time of hope for even the worst team. This is an opportunity to build the future of the team with the incoming talent from the college ranks. There are seven rounds in the draft, with 32 picks (one per team) in each round. In the first round, the Super Bowl winner chooses last and the Super Bowl loser chooses second-to-last. Other than those two teams, picks are based on regular season records, with the worst record choosing first and the better records choosing toward the end of the first round. The second and following rounds reverse the order between rounds. For example, the team with the last pick in the first round gets first pick in the second round. The first round is the most exciting and it is very prestigious to be picked in this round. It is a huge deal to be the #1 overall pick.

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