Current 2013 NFL Draft order

Jamie Squire

There has finally been some separation in the deadlock for the No. 1 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.

The Kansas City Chiefs and Jacksonville Jaguars were both stuck on a single win for several weeks. But after Jacksonville's win against the Tennessee Titans, the top pick belongs solely to the Chiefs. However, if a one-win team can control its own destiny, the Chiefs certainly can. Over the next three weeks of the season, the Chiefs play three teams picking in the top six.

Most viewers were probably apathetic toward the Monday Night Football game this week between the Carolina Panthers and Philadelphia Eagles. It had major implications for NFL Draft aficionados. The Eagles crept even higher and are now slated to pick third in April. The Panthers' win dropped them to sixth. The Browns winning also pushed them down slightly as well.

Because there are five weeks to go in the season, several teams are still jammed up in the middle of the draft order. There are six teams with a record of 4-7, with picks ranging from No. 7 to No. 12. Odds are one or more of those teams is going to be dreadful the rest of the season while another does well.

Here is the current 2013 NFL Draft order. Ties in record are separated by current strength of schedule.

1. Kansas City Chiefs - 1-10 (.537 SOS)
2. Jacksonville Jaguars - 2-9 (.595 SOS)
3. Philadelphia Eagles - 3-8 (.504 SOS)
4. Oakland Raiders - 3-8 (.512 SOS)
5. Cleveland Browns - 3-8 (.545 SOS)
6. Carolina Panthers - 3-8 (.570 SOS)
7. San Diego Chargers - 4-7 (.479 SOS)
8. Buffalo Bills - 4-7 (.517 SOS)
9. Tennessee Titans - 4-7 (.529 SOS)
10. Detroit Lions - 4-7 (.537 SOS)
11. Arizona Cardinals - 4-7 (.550 SOS)
12. New York Jets - 4-7 (.595 SOS)
13. St. Louis Rams - 4-6-1 (.525 SOS)
14. Miami Dolphins - 5-6 (.467 SOS)
15. New Orleans Saints - 5-6 (.483 SOS)
16. St. Louis Rams (via Washington Redskins) - 5-6 (.508 SOS)
17. Dallas Cowboys - 5-6 (.554 SOS)
18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 6-5 (.430 SOS)
19. Cincinnati Bengals - 6-5 (.430 SOS)
20. Minnesota Vikings - 6-5 (.483 SOS)

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

21. Pittsburgh Steelers - 6-5 (.438 SOS)
22. Seattle Seahawks - 6-5 (.488 SOS)
23. Indianapolis Colts - 7-4 (.438 SOS)
24. New York Giants - 7-4 (.475 SOS)
25. Green Bay Packers - 7-4 (.545 SOS)
26. New England Patriots - 8-3 (.483 SOS)
27. Denver Broncos - 8-3 (.496 SOS)
28. Chicago Bears - 8-3 (.504 SOS)
29. San Francisco 49ers - 8-2-1 (.492 SOS)
30. Baltimore Ravens - 9-2 (.430 SOS)
31. Atlanta Falcons - 10-1 (.388 SOS)
32. Houston Texans - 10-1 (.471 SOS)

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