The 2013 NFL draft order from 1-20 is set

Order Team Record Strength of schedule
1 Chiefs 2-14 0.516
2 Jaguars 2-14 0.539
3 Raiders 4-12 0.469
4 Eagles 4-12 0.508
5 Lions 4-12 0.566
6 Browns 5-11 0.508
7 Cardinals 5-11 0.559
8 Bills 6-10 0.48
9 Jets 6-10 0.512
10 Titans 6-10 0.512
11 Chargers 7-9 0.457
12 Dolphins 7-9 0.5
13 Buccaneers 7-9 0.502
14 Panthers 7-9 0.516
15 Saints 7-9 0.521
16 Rams 7-8-1 0.539
17 Steelers 8-8 0.469
18 Cowboys 8-8 0.523
19 Giants 9-7 0.521
20 Bears 10-6 0.512

Thanks to Sam Lynch for his tiebreaker assistance (needed for Jets-Titans) and Rain Man-esque memorization of the CBA.

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7 Comments

  1. Billy says:

    Hey Jimmy, do you think the Redskins running game is going to force the other NFCE teams to draft heavily from the line backer pool?

    I figure to stop the power running game and the read option, teams are going to need some stud line backers (ILB and OLB).

    Hopefully it frees up some DBs for the skins to pick :)

    1. Interesting thought, but probably not. The read option is something that is currently working, but I wonder how sustainable it is. And maybe it is. I don’t know the answer to that. But I don’t think it’s something that’s so scary to NFL teams just yet that they’re going to begin to alter how they construct their personnel.

  2. SteveH says:

    Well 4th is a pretty good draft spot, pity the raiders couldn’t upset the Chargers today, 3rd just sounds so much sweeter than 4th.

  3. Dez Bryant's Probation Officer says:

    So if the Eagles had beaten the VGints, they would have had the 6th pick?

      1. horatius says:

        You called it right Jimmy. Dallas couldn’t stop the run, and that lost them the game.

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