Both lost games on Sunday and are now sitting at 2-11. In the scope of the league, that's terrible. But for the No. 1 pick, they are right where they want to be.
The Jaguars lost to the New York Jets on Sunday, 17-10, and have the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans left on their schedule. The Chiefs lost to the Cleveland Browns, 30-7, on Sunday, and have the Oakland Raiders, Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos left on their schedule.
Based on strength of schedule, the Chiefs look more likely to lose all three of their final games. The Jaguars have a shot against Miami and Tennessee while the Chiefs only have a shot against the Raiders.
SB Nation updates its draft order every Tuesday and based on strength of schedule, the Chiefs will still hold the top pick in the draft when it is released the day after Monday Night Football.