Current 2013 NFL Draft order

Jamie Squire

The top five order of the 2013 NFL Draft remains unchanged from last week. The staring contest between the Kansas City Chiefs and Jacksonville Jaguars continues with neither team daring to win and lose their chance at the first pick.

The Chiefs close playing at Denver while the Jaguars travel to Tennessee. The Titans have lost six of their last eight games, including a Week 12 game against Jacksonville. Out of the two teams, Jacksonville is most likely to win.

Another big draft-related game in Week 17 is the New York Jets at Buffalo Bills. There are eight teams with either a 5-10 or 6-9 record. The Bills (5-10 and slotted with pick six) and Jets (6-9, slotted with pick 12) could almost flip draft positions depending on the outcome.

Also see: Position rankings | Underclassmen tracker

To most football fans, the Raiders at Chargers game may be a snoozer. But to NFL Draft followers, it's a key game. With a win, San Diego could dip into the middle of the first round. With a loss, they'll have the 10th pick in the draft, at best. The Raiders are currently slated to pick third. A win and Oakland could push down to the sixth pick.

The final key storyline to follow is what happens between the Arizona Cardinals and Titans. If both either win or lose, strength of schedule will come into play. Tennessee's strength of schedule will lower after playing the Jaguars. Arizona's will go up after playing San Francisco.

1. Kansas City Chiefs - 2-13 (.489 SOS)
2. Jacksonville Jaguars - 2-13 (.551 SOS)
3. Oakland Raiders - 4-11 (.471 SOS)
4. Philadelphia Eagles - 4-11 (.507 SOS)
5. Detroit Lions - 4-11 (.569 SOS)
6. Buffalo Bills - 5-10 (.493 SOS)
7. Cleveland Browns - 5-10 (.502 SOS)
8. Arizona Cardinals - 5-10 (.553 SOS)
9. Tennessee Titans - 5-10 (.538 SOS)
10. San Diego Chargers - 6-9 (.471 SOS)
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 6-9 (.482 SOS)
12. New York Jets - 6-9 (.516 SOS)
13. Carolina Panthers - 6-9 (.520 SOS)
14. Pittsburgh Steelers - 7-8 (.476 SOS)
15. Miami Dolphins - 7-8 (.480 SOS)
16. New Orleans Saints - 7-8 (.527 SOS)
17. St. Louis Rams - 7-7-1 (.524 SOS)
18. Dallas Cowboys - 8-7 (.511 SOS
19. New York Giants - 8-7 (.544 SOS)
20. Chicago Bears - 9-6 (.533 SOS)

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

21. Cincinnati Bengals - 9-6 (.427 SOS)
22. Minnesota Vikings - 9-6 (.507 SOS)
23. Indianapolis Colts - 10-5 (.422 SOS)
24. Seattle Seahawks - 10-5 (.509 SOS)
25. St. Louis Rams (via Washington Redskins) - 9-6 (.496 SOS)
26. Baltimore Ravens - 10-5 (.484 SOS)
27. San Francisco 49ers - 10-4-1 (.520 SOS)
28. Green Bay Packers - 11-4 (.445 SOS)
29. New England Patriots - 11-4 (.502 SOS)
30. Denver Broncos - 12-3 (.480 SOS)
31. Houston Texans 12-3 (.480 SOS)
32. Atlanta Falcons - 13-2 (.418 SOS)

• Note: Although Denver and Houston have the same record and opponent's strength of schedule, they won't flip a coin. Their order will be determined by order of playoff elimination.

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