Current 2013 NFL draft order, updated after Week 14

Order Team Record Strength of schedule
1 Chiefs 2-11 0.5
2 Jaguars 2-11 0.538
3 Raiders 3-10 0.457
4 Eagles 4-9 0.51
5 Panthers 4-9 0.51
6 Titans 4-9 0.529
7 Cardinals 4-9 0.563
8 Lions 4-9 0.563
9 Chargers 5-8 0.447
10 Bills 5-8 0.495
11 Dolphins 5-8 0.51
12 Browns 5-8 0.51
13 Saints 5-8 0.512
14 Buccaneers 6-7 0.478
15 Jets 6-7 0.51
16 Rams 6-6-1 0.529
17 Bengals 7-6 0.457
18 Rams (from Redskins) 7-6 0.507
19 Cowboys 7-6 0.519
20 Vikings 7-6 0.524

*Strength of schedule calculated on the entirety of each team’s 16 game schedule, not just the games they have played to date.

Playoff seedings:

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

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

5 Comments

  1. ct17 says:

    The Jets can’t even lose right. They need to do better than #15.

  2. horatius says:

    Andrew Luck, the most overrated rookie QB in NFL history.

    1. talon talent says:

      You mean the guy who has his team at 9 wins? Yeah, overrated indeed.

  3. Gary says:

    Mostly unrelated, but here’s something that seemed crazy to me when I saw it: The Colts technically control their own destiny as far as their division goes.

    1. ATLEagle says:

      crazy to me is that the Jets have a very real shot at going to the playoffs. Their next three games arent against juggernauts, and they arent buried. Steelers actually have to worry about that dumping fire passing them.

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