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2014 NFL Draft order: Texans keep No. 1 pick after Week 16 early games


The Houston Texans lost their 13th straight game this season, thanks to a record-breaking performance from Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. With the loss, the Texans maintain the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, which brings at least one positive note to their otherwise horrendous season.

The St. Louis Rams continue to hold the No. 2 pick, courtesy of the Washington Redskins, while the Jacksonville Jaguars, Cleveland Browns and Tampa Bay Buccaneers round out the top five.

There are still a handful of games left to play in Week 16, which will alter the current draft order, but you can still get an idea of where your team will be slotted to draft with just one week to go in the regular season.

Here is a look at how the first-round of the 2014 NFL Draft currently stands, with the conclusion of today’s early games:

Pick Team Record SOS
1 HOU 2 – 13 130 – 103
2 STL via WSH 3 – 12 116 – 111 – 2
3 JAX 4 – 11 118 – 117
4 CLE 4 – 11 120 – 110 – 2
5 TB 4 – 11 134 – 98
6 OAK 4 – 10 119 – 116
7 ATL 4 – 10 129 – 105 – 1
8 MIN 4 – 10 – 1 119 – 108 – 2
9 NYG 5 – 9 121 – 109 – 2
10 TEN 6 – 9 117 – 117
11 BUF 6 – 9 122 – 113
12 PIT 6 – 8 111 – 120 – 2
13 NYJ 7 – 8 115 – 119
14 STL 7 – 8 129 – 103
15 DET 7 – 7 103 – 124 – 4
16 SD 7 – 7 118 – 118
17 DAL 8 – 7 109 – 120 – 2
18 MIA 8 – 7 120 – 114
19 GB 7 – 6 – 1 104 – 124 – 2
20 ARI 9 – 5 124 – 109
21 BAL 8 – 6 111 – 121 – 2
22 NO 10 – 5 123 – 110
23 SF 10 – 4 117 – 116 – 1
24 KC 11 – 4 102 – 132
25 CHI 8 – 6 105 – 123 – 4
26 CLE via IND 10 – 5 114 – 121
27 PHI 8 – 6 105 – 125 – 2
28 CIN 10 – 5 110 – 119 – 2
29 NE 10 – 4 113 – 124
30 CAR 11 – 4 114 – 118 – 1
31 DEN 12 – 3 108 – 124
32 SEA 12 – 2 112 – 121 – 1

[Via BucsNation.com]

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  • http://www.cnsqonline.com cesarnoel

    It’s a good thing the Rams have the #2 pick. That gives the Rams a chance to draft Jake Mathews if indeed Jake Long’s injury would take some time recover.

  • Gary Stewart

    i was not for the matthews draft to begin with and would still prefer we trade down to collect a few extra high quality picks but after the jake long injury if we cant find a trading partner i see the matthews pick as a suitable alternative. if some team has to have our high pick we could probably get kuondjo and maybe nix or a barr selection with cuandjo mosely khalil mack could work too. i really want to see us add an olb that flies around and if capable of getting to and sacking the qb, and with out other first rounder i still see haha dix to fill the need at safety