2013 NFL draft order if the season ended today, updated after Week 11

Order Team Record Strength of schedule
1 Chiefs 1-9 0.506
2 Jaguars 1-9 0.56
3 Browns 2-8 0.506
4 Panthers 2-8 0.541
5 Raiders 3-7 0.45
6 Eagles 3-7 0.506
7 Rams 3-6-1 0.548
8 Chargers 4-6 0.456
9 Bills 4-6 0.459
10 Dolphins 4-6 0.491
11 Rams (from Redskins) 4-6 0.50312
12 Jets 4-6 0.50314
13 Titans 4-6 0.535
14 Cardinals 4-6 0.554
15 Lions 4-6 0.586
16 Bengals 5-5 0.438
17 Saints 5-5 0.506
18 Cowboys 5-5 0.516
19 Buccaneers 6-4 0.466
20 Seahawks 6-4 0.497

Playoff seedings:

NFC: 1 Falcons, 2 Bears, 3 49ers, 4 Giants, 5 Packers, 6 Vikings

AFC: 1 Texans, 2 Ravens, 3 Patriots, 4 Broncos, 5 Colts, 6 Steelers

8 Comments

  1. [...] point differential is now -90.  That’s minus… NINETY.  If the season ended today, the Eagles would draft 6th.  If they wanted to go “best player available,” there are no shortage of positions [...]

  2. Kevin says:

    Is it wrong to be angry at the Browns/Panthers for choking in regulation/overtime? Both should have won their games.

    1. Yes. Yes it is.

      However, you should be thankful to the Jets and Bills, who the Eagles leapfrogged because they won.

      1. Kevin says:

        If the Eagles lose to the Panthers, they’ll likely be drafting in the top 5 since the only realistic winnable games left will be home-Washington, road-Dallas. Both teams are terrible, the only question is whether the Panthers will quit.

  3. Frencheagles says:

    Hum Jimmy are you sure about your table? Bengals at 5-5 pick before the Bills and Dolphins… Same problem with the Titans, Cardinals and Lions that are 4-6 but pick after the 5-5 teams…

    1. Yeah, weird glitch with my Excel sheet. It’s fixed.

  4. BBI says:

    Star Lotulei would look mighty fine next to Fletcher Cox on the inside. Y’all could even go with a nickname for that…”Star Cox”

    1. KeepSwinging says:

      Star would probably be the BPA, but Luke Joeckel fits a bigger need. Wish there was a clear cut top QB to go after.

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