After a long and disappointing 17 weeks (add in training camp and preseason) of football, the draft order is officially set for 20 teams of the NFL.

These 20 teams will not take part in postseason play and thus, their draft slot is set for the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft.

The top four selections of the draft were set, but there were some movers and shakers towards the bottom part of the top 20.

The Tennessee Titans are now on the clock and that should make them an attractive destination to all head coaches vying for their vacancy, including Chip Kelly. Marcus Mariota looks like their QB for years to come so the first overall pick can be used elsewhere.

The Cleveland Browns are cleaning house so their second overall selection could be attractive to their next head coach.

Other vacancies are certain to open up as well, potentially another four teams could be looking for their next head coach in the top ten.

The Philadelphia Eagles will be selecting 13th overall, the same slot that Brandon Graham was selected to in 2010. But as Eagles fans know, both Earl Thomas and Jason Pierre-Paul were still on the board at that time.

Here's the complete Top 20:

  1. Tennessee Titans
  2. Cleveland Browns
  3. San Diego Chargers
  4. Dallas Cowboys
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars
  6. Baltimore Ravens
  7. San Francisco 49ers
  8. Miami Dolphins
  9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  10. New York Giants
  11. Chicago Bears
  12. New Orleans Saints
  13. Philadelphia Eagles
  14. Oakland Raiders
  15. St. Louis Rams
  16. Detroit Lions
  17. Atlanta Falcons
  18. Indianapolis Colts
  19. Buffalo Bills
  20. New York Jets