2014 NFL Draft order: Top teams positioning for quarterbacks

We are at the midway point of the 2013 NFL season, which means we are beginning to get a better look at how the 2014 NFL Draft order will be set. Of course, there is plenty of football left and things can significantly change, but if the season was to end today we know where each team would be selecting.

The top teams in the draft are in desperate need of quarterback help, so they could be flying off the board early with the likes of Teddy Bridgewater and Marcus Mariota potentially being available, so we could soon have some NFL franchises making a turnaround sooner than we would have ever imagined.

Here is the updated 2014 NFL Draft order:
(Strength of schedule in parenthesis)

1. Jacksonville Jaguars – 0-8 (.705)
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 0-7 (.547)
3. Minnesota Vikings – 1-6 (.481)
4. New York Giants – 2-6 (.557)
5. Pittsburgh Steelers – 2-5 (.471)
6. Atlanta Falcons - 2-5 (.491)
7. St. Louis Rams (via Washington Redskins - 2-5 (.585) )
8. Houston Texans - 2-5 (.642)
9. St. Louis Rams - 3-5 (.475) (1-5 conference)
10. Philadelphia Eagles - 3-5 (.475) (3-2 conference)
11. Cleveland Browns - 3-5 (.567)
12. Buffalo Bills - 3-5 (.583)
13. Baltimore Ravens - 3-4 (.481)
14. Miami Dolphins - 3-4 (.538) (2-3 conference)
15. Oakland Raiders - 3-4 (.538) (3-3 conference)
16. Tennessee Titans - 3-4 (.623)
17. New York Jets - 4-4 (.467)
18. Arizona Cardinals - 4-4 (.550)
19. Carolina Panthers - 4-3 (.370)
20. Chicago Bears - 4-3 (.462)
21. Dallas Cowboys - 4-4 (.548
22. San Diego Chargers - 4-3 – (.385)
23. Detroit Lions - 5-3 (.483)
24. Green Bay Packers - 5-2 (.491)
25. Cleveland Browns (via Indianapolis Colts - 5-2 (.566))
26. New England Patriots - 6-2 (.467)
27. San Francisco 49ers - 6-2 (.483)
28. Cincinnati Bengals - 6-2 (.525)
29. New Orleans Saints - 6-1 (.423)
30. Denver Broncos - 7-1 (.367)
31. Seattle Seahawks - 7-1 (.450)
32. Kansas City Chiefs - 8-0 (.328)

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