NFL releases 2012 draft order; Lions with seven picks

Posted by Chrissie Wywrot on March 28, 2012 – 4:51 pm

The NFL released the 2012 NFL Draft order for all seven rounds, including compensatory selections.

Round Pick Overall
1 22 23
2 22 54
3 23 85
4 22 117
5 23 158
7 12 219
7 23 230

Download the full NFL Draft Order (PDF)

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27 Responses to “NFL releases 2012 draft order; Lions with seven picks”

  1. By OneTyme on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Ok…why does it say that our 1st rd pick is the 22nd pick, but 23rd overall pick? Wouldn’t the 22nd pick be the 22nd overall pick?

  2. By Josh Moses on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    how can you have the 22nd pick in 1st round and be 23rd overall?

  3. By Jacob Vorachek on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    It has to do with the Saints being stripped of their draft pick. I don’t know why it will be 23rd overall though.

  4. By AiryLarry on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    I am guessing because the Lions were tied with the Falcons for the 22nd pick but pick 23rd because of the tiebreaker (strength of schedule)

  5. By roger bouqueony on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    One of the NFL teams had to forfit a draft pick this year, thats why it seems odd.

  6. By sean on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    because cinncy had oakland’s pick from the carson palmer trade

  7. By Lionsguy on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Don’t try to use your nerd math logic on us!

  8. By Lionsguy on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    I kid I kid

  9. By THE GREAT AND POWERFUL OZ on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Did you check to see if a team “lost” their 1st round pick ?

  10. By Hogfish on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Everything is subject to change.

  11. By russbell on Mar 29, 2012 | Reply

    are you kidding me the 49ers and saints got much stronger in free agentcy
    the lions jacob lacey who reall;y really and everette brown your kidding me
    was that matt millen i seen sneaking back in the picture and we turn away
    ted ginn jr really so when is shwartz going to get our back two great players
    on defence like trading up to 15 pick in first to get dre kirkpatrick at cb and
    getting markelle martin at free saftey or josh robinson cb of ucf in the second
    round if he dont we can forget the super bowl you cant get better with out
    better players come on jim please wake up before millen trys to get his job back
    i have been a fan 41years i see the writing on the wall great run guys but
    sorry no super bowl we just ran out of money maybee next year dammmm

  12. By russbell on Mar 29, 2012 | Reply

    ps to tyme atlanta had the same record as the lion 10-06 we lost the coin toss
    they get the 22 pick we get the 23 pick in the first round. coach material russ
    does schwartz need a scout i am your guy i know talent when i see it he left
    terrance tolvier sit on the bench last year when he could of help beat
    the saints things that i know ps dont belive me just check it out . oh yeah
    two best recivers are justin blackman and kendall wright

  13. By MacSteve on Mar 29, 2012 | Reply

    Here’s a thought; The jets have one too many really good secondary players….Maybe a 2nd rounder for Crommartie?

  14. By bull run on Mar 30, 2012 | Reply

    Could the Lions trade Avril for Asante Samuel, Samuel is much older, salaries are similar, so the Lions should get a additional 3rd rounder. Samuel is also willing to rework his huge pay, at 31 he cannot be worth more than $5 million/year. The Lions are somewhat deep in the D Line, and weak at CB, makes sense.

  15. By BILLO313 on Mar 30, 2012 | Reply

    i have faith in the lions way of doing things… they havent let me down yet since shwartz took over. LIONS are gonna smash teams this year!!!

  16. By corey aukerman on Mar 30, 2012 | Reply

    russel if u have really done your homework you would have been reading about how mayhew is not done tickering with this roster. he will we and deal on draft day and you watch we will trade out of the frist grab more draft pic to get in the top of the second and draft williams out of osu and james out of oregon and pick up a starting corner also proably end of second or early 3rd. it is absoultly stupied to trade up 8 spot to go after krickpatrick that high in the draft for what we need on this team. lacey is a young kid at a bargin for more or less for depth. i mean no starting db is gonna be worth moving up in the draft for what teams are gonna ask in return at 15..besides we need depth in the secondary…our lack of depth is what hurt in the back end of season not so much the play.. i mean wright, delmus , houston and spievey all missed time at the end of the year..the defense was top 10 when healthy in the back end…so depth is what we need not to sell the frachise to a cb and sink tons of money in them when everyone knows that u need a left tackle and a qb in the long run to have longevity and a long run of success in this league

  17. By corey aukerman on Mar 30, 2012 | Reply

    shwartz, lewand ,especially mayhew know what they are doing we are so blessed to have this brain trust running this group,,,we get the backend of this defense healthy and some depth we will make a run at the superbowl this season

  18. By LA Lite on Mar 31, 2012 | Reply

    Bottom line is if the Lions get to 10-6 or 11-5 i’ll be satisfied in knowing last year wasn’t a fluke. Free agents weren’t strong for upgrading our team long term this year and with all the one year contracts going around we should be fine for next years free agent pool and have a better understanding of what real needs are. old damn near washed up corners aren’t what this team needs in long term goals. Draft unfornately is key again for us and pray we strike gold for another year. Our run game should be something to watch this year with offseason workouts and everyone healthy again to start. Best is a gimmic or 3rd down back at best. Leshoure should fill in on first and second nicely. wideouts i think everyone knows plug-ins work fine now with the new signing of Megatron and having another star rising in Young. OL is a solid but not eye opening. I do know that with all the complaints about our line we still had one of the best offenses in the league. DEFENSE is where this team will pass or fail in years to come. Draft all defense this year and i’ll be satisfied in the upgrades that Chicago made on trying to revamp there offense and ofcourse those DAMN cheeseheads

  19. By LA Lite on Mar 31, 2012 | Reply

    Remeber everyone that Offense sells tickets and Defense wins championships.

  20. By Arnold on Apr 1, 2012 | Reply

    russbell, for being a fan that long, you obviously are an idiot.

  21. By ronnieisalionsfan on Apr 2, 2012 | Reply

    Hey Arnold!! (like the cartoon) Russbell is a true dedicated fan. and i defintely respect him for that. Not like a fair weather fan like you prabably are. Lionsfan4life.

  22. By Kbakil on Apr 3, 2012 | Reply

    Go for Defense at least 4 picks

  23. By Clvindabest on Apr 3, 2012 | Reply

    Hey i have been a Lions fan ever since i was born my mom mad my room lions so the lioms where there for me when thay cam to see me at the hospitle and i will be ther for them in the werst Go Lions We are the Best of the Best

  24. By Clvindabest on Apr 3, 2012 | Reply

    Ps Calvin and Andre Johnson are the best WR

  25. By biglionsfan on Apr 3, 2012 | Reply

    the lions will get to the second round of playoffs this and nhext year they will win the superbowl

  26. By lionfanlamar on Apr 3, 2012 | Reply

    lions so confused we need DDDenfence corners wont hurt dummies

  27. By Detroit Lions #1 on May 30, 2012 | Reply

    GO LIONS!!!

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