2013 NFL Draft order ... if the season ended today

  • Updated: Dec. 24, 2012 at 04:19 p.m.


Below is how the 2013 NFL Draft order would look if the season ended today. And since we all know there's one week left, much can change.

Here's what we know:

With two teams at 2-13 and no three-win teams, the Kansas City Chiefs and Jacksonville Jaguars will be the first two teams to pick in the draft, with the order yet to be determined.

If they lose in Week 17 at Denver, the Chiefs would own the No. 1 overall pick because their best possible strength of schedule (opponents' aggregated record) is worse than the Jaguars' lowest possible strength of schedule.

The Jaguars would own the first overall pick with a loss at Tennessee and a Chiefs victory.

Note: Only the first 20 teams can be slotted in their draft positions after Week 17; picks 21 through 32 are determined by when the playoff teams lose.
2013 NFL Draft order ... if the season ended today
No.
Team
W-L-T
Pct.
Opp. W-L-T
Pct.
1
2-13-0
.133
110-115-0
.489
2
2-13-0
.133
124-101-0
.551
3
4-11-0
.267
106-119-0
.471
4
4-11-0
.267
114-111-0
.507
5
4-11-0
.267
127-96-2
.569
6
5-10-0
.333
110-113-2
.493
7
5-10-0
.333
113-112-0
.502
8
5-10-0
.333
121-104-0
.538
9
5-10-0
.333
123-99-3
.553
10
6-9-0
.400
106-119-0
.471
11
6-9-0
.400
108-116-0
.482
12
6-9-0
.400
115-108-2
.516
13
6-9-0
.400
117-108-0
.520
14
7-8-0
.467
107-118-0
.476
15
7-8-0
.467
107-116-2
.480
16
7-8-0
.467
118-106-1
.527
17
7-7-1
.500
117-106-2
.524
18
8-7-0
.533
115-110-0
.511
19
8-7-0
.533
122-102-1
.544
20
9-6-0
.600
119-104-2
.533
21
9-6-0
.600
96-129-0
.427
22
9-6-0
.600
111-113-1
.496
23
9-6-0
.600
113-110-2
.507
24
10-5-0
.667
95-130-0
.422
25
10-5-0
.667
106-116-0
.484
26
10-5-0
.667
113-109-3
.509
27
10-4-1
.700
116-107-2
.520
28
11-4-0
.733
111-112-2
.498
29
11-4-0
.733
112-111-2
.502
30
12-3-0
.800
108-117-0
.480
31
12-3-0
.800
108-117-0
.480
32
13-2-0
.867
94-131-0
.418