Minnesota Vikings win NFL Draft coin flip

The Philadelphia Eagles will have the No. 14 pick in the National Football League draft in April after a coin flip determined a tiebreaker with the Indianapolis Colts.

The draft will be held in Philadelphia for the first time since 1961.

The Vikings won, which meant that the Eagles, who received Minnesota's first-round pick through the Sam Bradford trade, would pick 14th, and the Colts would pick 15th. Perhaps the Eagles and Colts will have eyes for the same player after the 13th overall selection, at which point Indianapolis will rue the day the coin didn't fall its way. "We know how excited our fans are going to be when we make this 14th pick".

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The Vikings will pick No. 86 in the third round and No. 129 in the fourth, picks acquired from Miami during last year's draft. The Eagles haven't won a playoff game since 2008.

If you want to see the coin toss as it happened, watch the video below.

They did it. The coin was flipped.

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The Eagles have used first-round picks in previous seasons on Carson Wentz (2nd overall), Nelson Agholor (20th), Marcus Smith (26th), Lane Johnson (4th) and Fletcher Cox (12th). Just think: This pick could be the next Nelson Agholor!

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