2013 NFL Draft Order: Chiefs, Jaguars remain in lead for top pick

Peter Aiken

The Chiefs-Raiders Week 15 game will be a big one for the draft order.

The Kansas City Chiefs win on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers didn't help their chances at the No. 1 pick but given all that happened I'm not upset about that. The Chiefs remain in the mix for the top pick, tied with Jacksonville for the NFL's worst record at 2-10.

Here's the top five, as it stands now:

1. Kansas City Chiefs - 2-10 (.507 SOS)
2. Jacksonville Jaguars - 2-10 (.576 SOS)
3. Oakland Raiders - 3-9 (.493 SOS)
4. Philadelphia Eagles - 3-9 (.500 SOS)
5. Carolina Panthers - 3-9 (.528 SOS)

So the Chiefs-Raiders game in Week 15 is going to be huge. That could go a long way to determining who has the top pick.

Three of the Chiefs final four games are on the road: at Cleveland, at Oakland, Indianapolis, at Denver. Cleveland and Oakland seem like winnable games. Then again, they're all winnable if the Chiefs play like they have lately.

The next four for the Jaguars: New York Jets, at Miami, New England, at Tennessee.

The full draft order, as of now, can be seen at Mocking The Draft.

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