Eagles win coin toss, will pick ahead of Colts in NFL Draft

The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Indianapolis Colts on Friday in the only offseason game that matters: the draft order coin toss.

The two teams were jockeying for the 14th pick in the April 27-29 NFL Draft due to the fact both the Colts and the Vikings had the same record (8-8) and strength-of-schedule tie-breakers couldn’t settle the issue. The Eagles acquired the pick from Minnesota in last year’s Sam Bradford trade after sending away their own pick (No. 12) as part of the deal to acquire the rights to draft Carson Wentz in 2016.

The coin flip took place at the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, but home-field advantage didn’t help the Colts a bit.

Here’s a look at the complete first-round draft order:

1. Cleveland Browns

2. San Francisco 49ers

3. Chicago Bears

4. Jacksonville Jaguars

5. Tennessee Titans (from Rams)

6. New York Jets

7. Los Angeles Chargers

8. Carolina Panthers

9. Cincinnati Bengals

10. Buffalo Bills

11. New Orleans Saints

12. Cleveland Browns (from Eagles)

13. Arizona Cardinals

14. Philadelphia Eagles (from Vikings)

15. Indianapolis Colts

16. Baltimore Ravens

17. Washington Redskins

18. Tennessee Titans

19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

20. Denver Broncos

21. Detroit Lions

22. Miami Dolphins

23. New York Giants

24. Oakland Raiders

25. Houston Texans

26. Seattle Seahawks

27. Kansas City Chiefs

28. Dallas Cowboys

29. Green Bay Packers

30. Pittsburgh Steelers

31. Atlanta Falcons

32. New England Patriots