Current 2013 NFL draft order, updated after Week 16

Order Team Record Strength of schedule
1 Chiefs 2-13 0.508
2 Jaguars 2-13 0.538
3 Raiders 4-11 0.467
4 Eagles 4-11 0.508
5 Lions 4-11 0.571
6 Bills 5-10 0.488
7 Browns 5-10 0.5
8 Titans 5-10 0.513
9 Cardinals 5-10 0.563
10 Chargers 6-9 0.458
11 Jets 6-9 0.504
12 Buccaneers 6-9 0.506
13 Panthers 6-9 0.517
14 Steelers 7-8 0.469
15 Dolphins 7-8 0.496
16 Saints 7-8 0.519
17 Rams 7-7-1 0.533
18 Cowboys 8-7 0.517
19 Giants 8-7 0.527
20 Bears 9-6 0.517

*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 (from 1-6):

FalconsPackers49ersRedskinsSeahawksVikings

AFC (from 1-6):

TexansBroncosPatriotsRavensColtsBengals

9 Comments

  1. [...] theoretically fall as low as the ninth pick (the Lions are also at 4-11). Jimmy Kempski over at Blogging the Beast has calculated strength of schedule for all 32 teams. But a reminder that those numbers will [...]

  2. RedskinsFan says:

    As it stands right now, I would be 7-5 in my preseason playoff teams picks. The others pick 10, 14, 16, 19, and 20.

    Digging that 19 is out. Hoping that the rest stay the way they are. HTTR.

    1. Crazy thing is that even after this crazy run, the Skins still need to win on Sunday or it’s all for nothing. Well, not nothing, I guess, but you know what I mean.

  3. mjoedgaard says:

    The part about the Vikes and Giants are no longer true, the only way the Giants make the play offs is if Cowboys, Vikings and Bears all lose and the Giants win.

    1. Oops, cut and pasted from last week’s. Thanks.

  4. Corry says:

    If the Chargers could do us Eagles fans a favor and lay an egg against the Raiders, we’d really be grateful. Thanks.

    1. The Chargers are egg layers. It’s possible.

    2. horatius says:

      It won’t matter really. Because Andy Reid will give you one last parting fuck you to the town that has given him so much grief.

      He’s gonna beat the midgets at the meadowlands.

      1. Brian says:

        How exactly is that a bad thing?

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