The supplemental draft doesn't work like the NFL's regular draft, though. Instead, it's a lottery of sorts. Every team in the NFL is grouped into one of three tiers: teams that won six or fewer games, teams that won more than six games but missed the playoffs and teams that made the playoffs. From there, the teams are ordered within each tier via a lottery system, with teams with worse records having a greater chance of getting a higher pick.
Teams then may enter electronic bids for players, and a team that submits the highest bid for a player is awarded that player. Ties are broken first via the tier system, and then by the order determined via lottery if two teams in the same tier enter an identical bid for a player. If a team is awarded a player, they lose that corresponding pick in the 2013 draft.