The Buccaneers are going to be picking third in the NFL Draft. With the Kansas City Chiefs win over the Denver Broncos, the Bucs move to the third slot after entering Sunday with the fourth selection in the draft. Picking ahead of Tampa Bay will be the St. Louis Rams at No. 1 and the Detroit Lions at No. 2.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have the third overall selection in the first-round of the NFL Draft next April. The Bucs entered Sunday with the fourth overall pick, but after the Bucs lost to the Atlanta Falcons 20-10 and the Kansas City Chiefs beat the 44-24 Denver Broncos, Tampa Bay switched spots with the Chiefs.
Picking ahead of Tampa Bay will be two teams. The St. Louis Rams will have the number one overall pick after going 1-15. The Detroit Lions will pick second after going 2-14. The Bucs are the only 3-13 team in the NFL and select third. The 4-12 Chiefs and the 4-12 Washington Redskins will have a tie-breaker to decide who picks fourth and fifth.
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