Current 2013 NFL Draft order

Rob Carr

You guessed it, the moribund Kansas City Chiefs still have the No. 1 pick and look like they may keep it.

Just how high will the Philadelphia Eagles rise in the 2013 NFL Draft order? Losers of six consecutive games, the Eagles are now slotted to pick sixth. If the Eagles stay that high, it will be the team's highest pick since 2000.

While the Jaguars, Browns and Panthers came close to a win, the Chiefs looked more suited than ever to have the top pick in the draft. After Kansas City plays Denver on Sunday, they have Carolina and Cleveland on the schedule. Although the Chiefs are at the top of the draft, a couple wins could push them down to the fourth of fifth pick by the end of the season. In a year without an obvious No. 1 pick, it's something of a silver lining for the Chiefs.

With the Bills beating the Dolphins on Thursday night, it further clouded the middle of the draft order. Buffalo is one of eight teams with a record of 4-6 between picks eight and 15.

Since they have two first-round picks, the St. Louis Rams continue to be the intriguing team in the draft. As far as the draft goes, the tie the Rams had in Week 10. Had they lost, they wouldn't improve draft position. If the Rams would have won, they'd be set to have the 13th pick instead of the seventh pick.

1. Kansas City Chiefs - 1-9 (.540 SOS)
2. Jacksonville Jaguars - 1-9 (.626 SOS)
3. Cleveland Browns - 2-8 (.540 SOS)
4. Carolina Panthers - 2-8 (. 616 SOS)
5. Oakland Raiders - 3-7 (.510 SOS)
6. Philadelphia Eagles - 3-7 (.530 SOS)
7. St. Louis Rams - 3-6-1 (.546 SOS)
8. San Diego Chargers - 4-6 (.450 SOS)
9. Miami Dolphins - 4-6 (.465 SOS)
10. Buffalo Bills - 4-6 (.490 SOS)
11. Detroit Lions - 4-6 (.510 SOS)
12. St. Louis Rams (via Washington Redskins) - 4-6 (.515 SOS)
13. Arizona Cardinals - 4-6 (.566 SOS)
14. New York Jets - 4-6 (.566 SOS)
15. Tennessee Titans - 4-6 (.576 SOS)
16. Cincinnati Bengals - 5-5 (.410 SOS)
17. New Orleans Saints - 5-5 (.460 SOS)
18. Dallas Cowboys - 5-5 (.556 SOS)
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 6-4 (.380 SOS)
20. Minnesota Vikings - 6-4 (.460 SOS)

Teams currently on pace to make the playoffs where elimination will determine the proper order:

21. Indianapolis Colts - 6-4 (.434 SOS)
22. New York Giants - 6-4 (.449 SOS)
23. Pittsburgh Steelers - 6-4 (.450 SOS)
24. Seattle Seahawks - 6-4 (.495 SOS)
25. Green Bay Packers - 7-3 (.531 SOS)
26. Denver Broncos - 7-3 (.540 SOS)
27. New England Patriots - 7-3 (.505 SOS)
28. Chicago Bears - 7-3 (.461 SOS)
29. San Francisco 49ers - 7-2-1 (.494 SOS)
30. Baltimore Ravens - 8-2 (.430 SOS)
31. Houston Texans - 9-1 (.475 SOS)
32. Atlanta Falcons - 9-1 (.380 SOS)

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