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Packers will pick 26th in first round of draft

Posted by Mike Spofford on January 14, 2013 – 10:57 am

The Packers will have the 26th pick in the upcoming April draft.

The four divisional-round playoff losers are slotted for the 25th through 28th picks based on reverse order of regular-season records. So the Broncos (13-3) will pick 28th and the Texans (12-4) are 27th.

The Packers and Seahawks both finished 11-5, and the tiebreaker for the draft order is strength of schedule. Green Bay’s strength of schedule — the collective winning percentage of all of a team’s opponents — in 2012 (.508) was slightly better than Seattle’s (.504), so the Seahawks will pick 25th, one spot ahead of the Packers at 26th.

The fact that the Seahawks won the head-to-head meeting with the Packers in the regular season had no bearing on the tiebreaker. The head-to-head result only would have come into play had the two teams’ strength of schedules been equal.

The same tiebreaker was used for the draft order of the losing teams in the wild-card round. The wild-card losers are slotted for the 21st through 24th picks. Indianapolis had the best regular-season record at 11-5 and will pick 24th. The other three teams — Cincinnati, Washington and Minnesota — were all 10-6. The Bengals had the worst strength of schedule (.438) and will pick 21st. Washington (.494) is next at 22nd (though the pick is owned by St. Louis via last year’s draft trade), followed by Minnesota (.520) at 23rd.

Much like the Green Bay-Seattle situation, Washington’s regular-season win over Minnesota had no bearing on the tiebreaker. Strength of schedule broke it.

Regarding the rest of the NFC North, Detroit (4-12) will pick fifth and Chicago (10-6) will pick 20th. The Bears had the best record of the 20 teams that did not qualify for the postseason and therefore will get the 20th pick.

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78 Responses to “Packers will pick 26th in first round of draft”

  1. By Darrell on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I hope we get a monster in the first-round, whoever it is!

  2. By Cory on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    How many total picks will the Packers have this draft?

  3. By Shawn on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    So teams are rewarded for easy schedules?!? That seems pretty damn lame

  4. By Mark on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Draft a new Defensive Coordinator, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Nutritionist, and find a running back for Gods sake.

  5. By John Denver's Gavel on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Build your stable of defensive coordinators through the draft! I’ve been saying this for years, finally someone agrees with me.

  6. By Mow on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I agree with Mark. A new Defensive scheme would be nice. maybe one that doesn’t involve allowing a mediocre QB to lead a team in rushing around the end. And a 1,000 yard back never hurt any teams offense.

  7. By Lisa on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    The scheme is good. The staple of a 3-4 defense relies on good, solid linebackers especially a middle linebacker which we lack. Great linebackers are the core to our defense. We can’t have mediocre linebackers and expect to succeed in the 3-4. We need to either sign or draft a fast, talented middle linebacker. Without a good one, doesn’t matter who the QB is, our defense will always have a weak spot. We need to give Capers the personnel he needs. It’s about time we invest in a strong middle linebacker. Let it be someone like Lewis, Willis, or Urlacher.

  8. By Ray Reynolds on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    We don’t have the fire that the other teams have. Our players aren’t smash mouth players. Other team players push them around and our guys put up with it.If they don’t have the desire to play this game, Then they need to find another job.

  9. By JPS on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Get a running back – fire Capers – feature Finley more on offense, make J. Jones and J. Nelson the new tandem – get a new secondary and a MLB.

  10. By Mike from Iowa on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    For a franchise running back, how bout Lacy from Alabama or Montee Ball from UW.

  11. By Dennis on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I don’t understand the strength of schedule. It seems since Green Bays schedule (.508) is greater than Seattles (.504) then the Pack should pick first because they had a harder schedule. Am I misinterpreting or missing something? Can anybody help. Thanks

  12. By Alex on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Strength of schedule meaning: draft picks are allocated based on the best teams picking last and worst pick first. Because packers had a harder schedule than the seahawks, we are in the eyes of the draft a better team, so we pick later.

  13. By Matt on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    For the questions regarding strength of schedule. Remember the draft order is based on worse records. Therefore, in theory, Seattle did worse than the Packers (Although records are the same) because there strength of schedule was weaker.

  14. By Robert on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    basically the draft is a chance for the worst teams to get better picks, so they take the weaker teams and allow them to draft first so they can get the better picks. thats why the worst team in the NFL drafts #1

  15. By Dennis on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Ooo Thanks guys. So since the Pack and Seattle had the same record, but with the Pack having a harder schedule, they are considered the better team because they had a harder schedule but still ended up with the same record. But the Seahawks had a weaker schedule but didnt have to fight as hard to achieve that record. Thus they are considered the worse team.

  16. By Dennis on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    wow that is wordy.

  17. By Dennis on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    The Pack is a better team because they overcame a harder schedule to achieve the record they own. Phew. Simple as that.

  18. By DP on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    We need a good SS and MLB who can be physical and make plays in the run game. We also need more help offensively and let go of James Starks, even in the playoff year he didnt do that great. Harris is good. We should draft Matt Elam from Florida and get a SEC MLB that can be a play maker in the run game.

  19. By Rick on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    We need a first round running back that can keep the offense on the field longer.

  20. By Tony on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    How about trying to trade up and get Manti T’eo.

  21. By Jake on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    How bout some O-lineman. Sick of seeing other teams able to pressure rodgers without even blitzing

  22. By DP on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    T’eo is another AJ Hawk, and trust me I was AJ Hawks biggest fan coming to the packers. He basically got exposed in the National Championship for playing against inferior opponents during the season. He will definitely struggle with Peterson and Forte in our division. Look at all the good Linebackers in the league, most of them went to SEC schools. Except Bobby Wagner who is a playmaker. We need that. But Elam is a good ball player, he brings the intimidation we need in the secondary. We also need a good Offensive line, although our interior is good, our tackles lacked basically because of injury. Running backs come dime a dozen. Look at Foster who was undrafted. Unless they are Adrian Peterson or Trent Richardson can’t miss, then we will be wasting our time. Bottom line, is our defense is SOFT and we need to run the ball with down hill runners like Harris and Kuhn.

  23. By GMAN1 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Seahawks are a weaker team than the PACK. So they should pick first.

  24. By Tay on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    We definitely need a better MLB. I’m anxious to see Bishop and smith take over Hawks and Jones spots. Jones did well but he lacks the physicality and the intimidation factor. Hawk is good but can’t seem to catch up to his lofty draft expectations. Smith definitely has a little playmaker in him. Bishop is much bigger and stronger than Jones. Definite upgrades!

  25. By Always4Pack on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Good points Lisa. Even the dream boy CMIII was beat by a mediocre quarterback. Kaeprnick, RGIII, ect only look real good this year because all the defensive coordinators have not yet figured it all out based upon their personnel. Give them the offseason and it will be a whole new ballgame no matter which team is defending.

    Lets see what these boys do next year against the whole league. Bet they start to look mediocre

  26. By Ben on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Physical players! Get people who play tough and physical. We try to many elaborate blitzes instead of bodying up and playing hard nosed football. Case and point was how we lost this past weekend. Did not try to contain but just blitz the edges.

  27. By pkrbkr4ever on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Get line players…….BOTH sides of the ball ! They have to protect Rodgers, PERIOD ! What good is the best QB in the league if he does’nt have 2 seconds to throw the ball ? I don’t care how good the recievers are. Get big D lineman and get away from that damn 3-4 defense. Dom is a great coordinator, he’s just trying to use the wrong defense !

  28. By PackFan 33 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    We really need a Justin Harrell type player. Someone that will demand high draft pick compensation while keeping off the field.

  29. By rick on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Somebody will be the scapegoat for this loss. I think it might be the defensive coordinator. I agree with an earlier comment… this defense requires outstanding linebackers, especially in the middle, to succeed. Other than Clay, we don’t have them. And our secondary is not tough enough.

  30. By bigDaddy on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    First round pick.
    An O-lineman who is nasty.
    A D-lineman who can replace fat, slow, injury prone Pickett, and Raji.
    DB who is NOT ice-cream soft that WANTS to tackle to replace Tramon Williams.
    A linebacker who can shed a block and not get run over like AJ Hawk.
    A running back that defenses actually respect enough to come out of cover 2 adding balance to offense.
    TT is wasting the career of the best QB EVER by draft and develop philosophy. TT needs to spend some $$$$ in free agency. If he doesn’t, some other team will and beat you with what you with it. Marshawn Lynch, anyone?

  31. By Dan A on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    The coaching staff/Ted Thompson will evaluate each current player prior to the draft and they will know what there needs will be for the upcoming season and beyond. They have done a great job……
    There could be some changes with coaches..TE? Defense: would Kevin Greene make a good defensive coordinator..more vocal and would be physicality to the defense?

    Go Pack Go!

  32. By Big Red on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Hawk has never lived up to his 5th overall pick credentials, he’s durable that’s about it.We could’ve had that no. 85 who’s now with the 49ers. They drafted right after the Packers and you can see the results, Finley?????get rid of him. You could see in the 49ers faces when they came out for the 2nd half it was time to play smash mouth and they did and we didn’t. Get rid of Capers. Woodson said they had no answer for Kaepernick, isn’t that what a coach is for? This team plays slow and sluggish at times, no fire, I don’t understand that. Is that McCarthy’s fault? He’s not a fire and brimstone guy, maybe that’s what they need.

  33. By ShareholderNate on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I’d like to see the Packers use the 26th pick on:

    A true “5 technique” DE or Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro.

    I’m upset with how this season ended, but I’m also looking forward to next seasons roster. Ted Thompson has some decisions to make concerning a few players current and expiring contracts.

    The Packers of Green Bay!!

  34. By Darrell on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I AGREE…and I put it on McCarthy, he doesn’t seem to fire up the team at all

  35. By Rob on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    wow is THIS guy on the money!!!!!

    “By Mark on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Draft a new Defensive Coordinator, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Nutritionist, and find a running back for Gods sake.”

  36. By Darrell on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Vaccaro is a good safety…and I think we need d-linemen who can rush the QB and run!

  37. By Darrell on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I wouldn’t mind getting Lacy from Alabama, but we definitely need some athletes on the O-line and D-line!

  38. By GBConscience on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Whoever they get on defense needs to be intimidating, quick, ruthless,unforgiving. You can’t win with a patter*ss defense. Offense wins you games. Defense wins you championships. GB doesn’t have a consistent or intimidating defense.

  39. By Kenny on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    If he is still there, the Packers need to draft Alec Ogletree. He runs like a DB as an ILB. Sadly, after the combine, his draft stock will likely skyrocket, unless his suspension last year hurts him.

    I like the kid from Texas but there are some other safeties projected to go a bit later that are close to, if not as good.

    I don’t see any elite level RB’s in this draft to justify a 1st round pick on over the Defensive needs. There should be a good, if not great, RB available in the middle rounds of the draft.

    I wonder if Chance Warmack slides any being a Guard and not a Tackle. He would be a steal at 26.

  40. By Austin Lippert on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    We don’t NEED a RB. Harris is going to get better over the summer. i mean for god sakes he was selling cars 2 months ago. He gives speed, and he falls forward. I like Dom Capers. He is still in my eyes one of the greatest D coordinators in the league. He ran a 4-3 in jacksonville and did a damn good job at it. We have the talent on both sides of the ball. I think Barclay will have a good year next year. He just needs experience. EDS is a solid center. I believe the first pick should go to a OLB to match Clay on the other side or a beast DE. Also, I say drop finley and ask Jennings to take a pay cut. Crabtree is good he just needs more playing time.(plus his tats are sick lol).

  41. By Joe on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Defense has to be the top priority.. A true rushing linemen and a stud linebacker.. Gobble up as many as these as can be had and go from there…

  42. By Rob on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Its Time too face the facts——–Addressing the offence Packers need a new play caller for the one they have should go back to calling high school football.also the offences line couth should be removed (over 60 sacks of the quaeterback this season and the offensive line ( POOR PROTECTION FOR RODGERS.now DEFENCE—–Firer the defence couch he is a loser a high schol couch could call a better defence then he does,

  43. By Joe on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Capers is better then a HS Coach, if you don’t think so you are a little off base here.. Again you can only work with the talent you have, we have good players, but in order to get future in the playoffs and to the SB you have to have better then good players..

    That’s why when they draft they need to draft a true rushing defensive linemen and a stud linebacker, the more the merrier..

  44. By Darrell on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    I think we have the linebackers, they were out on IR…I would stick with D-line and O-line..and maybe a RB

  45. By jshankman on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    The Packers need to upgrade their linebacking core. Matthews is a stud and I think Perry can be as well, but we need better play from our ILBers. On offense the Packers obviously need to upgrade the o-line. If Rodgers gets time he’ll shred any defense in the NFL. If they can find a high caliber safety in this draft that would be a huge upgrade to our secondary.

  46. By Steve on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    We need to draft some new fans who aren’t so bleeping stupid. Since so many of you know so little about football, why not become a Jets fan and sell your Lambeau season tickets.

  47. By Ken on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    So the fail mary game at Seattle costs the Pack again?

  48. By obhtn3 on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    The loss to the Vikings didn’t help matters either!

  49. By CrookstonCheesehead on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    We need to get strong up the Middle… Need dominate Nose Tackle, Dominant Inside Linebacker, and a Safety that will smack someone. Move Bulaga to Left Tackle and sign another nasty right tackle, and get a pounding back so we can make a 3 and 1 for once…

  50. By dougfeltysr on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    The defence needs to chenge to 4 big linemen so they can put pressure on the quarterback. Let the linebackers blitz when needed.

  51. By Darrell on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    There are a number of positions that needs to improve, I just hope we make them so the team can survive in the playoffs!

  52. By dave on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    You are both absolute morons. Luckily you’ll bandwagon to a new team soon and we won’t have to read your diagnosis that absolutely no one asked for.

  53. By Ricky on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    We need a new middle line backer and need to switch to a 4-3 defense. We need kiko alonso(hope i spelled his name right). He’s a beast and will be better than AJ Hawk and Brad Jones combined,and those two dont amount to anything. we also need some o lineman. I’m sure Ted Thompson will draft well as usual, he just needs to get kiko alonso. It’s a must

  54. By Ricky on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Manti Te’o sucks. Kiko alonso is the best inside linebacker in college football

  55. By Sockettuem on Jan 16, 2013 | Reply

    We need to draft a New Defensive Coordinator to start with, then we need to take a hard look at the offensive line. Beef up the linebacker spots as well if there are any decent poeple left.

    To continiue with this defensive scheme for another year would be an exercise in futility. McCarthy may be appalled by a question about replacing Capers, but I think the fans and stockholders are appalled at the idea of keeping him around another year.

  56. By phil on Jan 16, 2013 | Reply

    Seahawks should pick before us! Everyone forgets we beat them they are really 9-7 !!

  57. By kevin on Jan 16, 2013 | Reply

    Keep Jennings restructure woodson contract upgrade off.line

  58. By chibiabos on Jan 17, 2013 | Reply

    Lippert: Hey my kid could definitely improve Crabtree’s tats. LOL! Just send him to Wisconsin Dells.

  59. By kyle on Jan 18, 2013 | Reply

    DRAFT O-line & D-line!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  60. By Alex G. From Cali on Jan 18, 2013 | Reply

    No offense, I love the Pack but they need to draft D line guys with the speed and strength of JJ Watt. They need on the O line athletic muscle or get these guys to the weight room. They need to move faster like Clay Matthews. They need MLB’s like Ray Lewis, who brings it game after game. Our D needs to complement our O. We need to protect Rodgers and buy him time, so that maybe we can win another SB next year. GO PACK GO!!!!!!!!!!!!

  61. By doug felty sr on Jan 19, 2013 | Reply

    This has bin the most inteligent observation that it has bin my privelidge to read. We have good receivers but we need the speed of Greg Jennings.

  62. By Jason C on Jan 19, 2013 | Reply

    I agree with must that is listed above. I would like to say is that looking around the league we have talent like anyone else. So that being said when a quarterback rushes for almost two hundred yards against you and an offense puts up almost six hundred total yards against you. THAT IS NOT A PLAYER PROBLEM IT IS A PERSONEL PROBLEM. NO QUESTION. Especially no adjustments at half time. Hey packers fans, which I truely am hate to bring this up but Lovie Smith is still out there for defense. Packer fans ask this when was the last time Lovie gave up 200 yards to a quarterback rushing and six hundred yards in total offense!!! Enough said.

  63. By northerner on Jan 19, 2013 | Reply

    Mark good ideas for the draft. Problem is I don’t think they get it.

  64. By shawn on Jan 19, 2013 | Reply

    You all are right…the 3 4 de rely on a strong front three that can collapse the pocket and then fast physical line backers who hit hard and have good instincts…and also safety’s who tackle well as well as defend…the reason this scheme worked so well couple years ago is cause they had that…woodson and collins were among the best at that time…and cullen jenkins held the corner well, and he tackled well, created a push and by holding his end he allowed the team to blitz from both sides using just 5 guys so they could keep six back in coverage and run support…now they have no push or hold opposite mathews..and woodson not the play maker he was anymore age and injuries have slowed him down…draft a big time de end to start…and look for another linebacker or safety…morgan ok not great..woodson probably done…hawk over rated…walden inferrior against good teams….like perry if he gets healthy with mathews and bishop one more solid lb they solid there…thats the de side….also need rb and oline help…all this cant be achieved in one draft so ted take a chance go get a real free agent or two not just nobodys on a hope a prayer…the window they have with all that offense talents isnt going last forever…get what u need to win a superbowl or two now while the window is there.

  65. By Claus on Jan 20, 2013 | Reply

    Actually, the head-to-head meeting with the Seahawks had an indirect impact on the tie-breaking. Had we won that game, as we should have, the winning percentage of the Seahawks would be lower and our schedule a bit easier. Reverse, we would have a slightly higher winning percentage resulting in the Seahawks schedule being harder.

    All in all, the numbers would be:
    GB Strenght of schedule: .504
    SEA Strenght of schedule: .507

    Resulting in us picking at 25th and Seahawks at 26th.

  66. By Michael on Jan 20, 2013 | Reply

    Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, JJ Watt are rare players, the draft year in and out is filled with unrealized potential. We should draft so and so…come on. No way you can use the crystal ball and find them. So we need to hope that some injured and young players come back and develop into quality starters. Our young depth on defense looks pretty good. Lack of planning, poor tackling technique, and the inability to make adjustments on defense have been the weak links in the chain.
    The needs of a team with a top rated QB (MVP) should be built around helping the offense.
    1. We’re too soft. Period. The lack of talent on the OL is a glaring weakness. If Jake Long becomes a free agent this offseason we must make signing him the #1 priority. Our OL tackles had carrer years in protection in the SB winning 2010 year. Invest in another high pick on OL and turn the weakness into a strength.
    2. Sometimes the other team just has better athletes. Eric Walden, Brad Jones are special teamers at best, not 2nd team caliber. Injuries can derail the deepest rosters, but we need better options than that.
    3. You can get stronger, bigger, smarter, and teach technique, but you can’t teach speed and agility. You either have it, or you don’t.
    Our needs as I see it:
    OL, LB/DL,TE/WR, S, RB
    Left tackle is a joke.
    Another real athlete at any LB position.
    Someone to replace Finley, aka “Hands of stone.”
    Depth at WR, with this offense, you can never have enough good receivers.
    A true safety that can be either that true coverage safety, (speedy, range, and a ballhawk) or an intimidating hitter.
    I’d love to see a RB like Eddie Lacy be a pick, but the lift we got from Harris will push RB to the bottom of the needs list.

  67. By Jim on Jan 20, 2013 | Reply

    We need Offensive Linemen !!!

  68. By Mike from Chicago on Jan 21, 2013 | Reply

    O-line, we shouldn’t be talking about anything but o-line. We keep A-Rod off his back and he stays on the field. If he stays on the field we get points and the defense gets rested. The defense gets rested and we get the offense back on the field. Amazing his that works. Sherrod coming g back may help, but we need O-LINE!!!

  69. By Rob on Jan 21, 2013 | Reply

    I bet the house the PACK will not pick a running back.

  70. By billfromcville on Jan 21, 2013 | Reply

    I sincerely hope you are wrong, Rob. We need a feature back desperately. This team needs to be BALANCED to compete with the elete teams in the league!!!!!

  71. By kooners22 on Jan 22, 2013 | Reply

    Sign jennings franchise him!!Trade head case finley if you can get anything for him!!Draft OL,CENTER,LEFT TACKLE!!!On defence we need a DE that can stuff the run and rush the QB mabe 2 of them!!!A safey that can be a lights out player like Leroy Butler!!!A sideline to sideline tackeling machine MIDDLE LINEBACKER like Ray Lewis in the draft!!!

  72. By Sharon F. on Jan 22, 2013 | Reply


  73. By larry on Jan 22, 2013 | Reply

    klaus but packers record would have been better so we would still be picking 26th

  74. By Sean on Jan 22, 2013 | Reply

    On offense. We need a good LT like Chad Clifton which will be hard to replace, or Tauscher like player on the RT side. Draft a RB that will be our primary. Dejuan is good up the middle but not big enough to block. Defense. An really good SS like Nick Collins, a MLB, like Nick Barnett, And a Powerforce DE to attack the QB like Aaron Kampman.

  75. By Beat Ur Man on Jan 22, 2013 | Reply

    Ted Thompson is so overrated, 2 of the best QB’s to ever play the game is what makes him look good. With this defense and offensive line how many games would the Packers have won this year with Gram Harrell? They would have finished in last place in the division and had a top ten first round draft pick

  76. By coach Ronnie on Jan 23, 2013 | Reply

    Don’t know who will be smart enough to take a chance with him but M. Lattimore of South Carolina is gonna be a great running back in the NFL mark my word!!!Sure hope it’s the PACKERS!!

  77. By Packruss1 on Jan 23, 2013 | Reply

    Yeah, i agree with michael. Offensive Line is number 1 in my book, I hope its num 1 for GB. Someone from Alabama would be GRRRREAT!!! After that, Id say a safety. Matt Elam from Florida would be excellent in my opinion. Once that is done, lets go linebacker

    Go Pack Go!!

  78. By Packruss1 on Jan 23, 2013 | Reply

    if we can get Jake Long, that would huuuge

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