Updated NFL Draft order after Week 10

Who holds the No. 1 pick in the 2024 NFL Draft after Week 10? Let's take a look at the exact order following each game.

Nov 12, 2023; Frankfurt, Germany;  New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones (10) looks on during a
Nov 12, 2023; Frankfurt, Germany; New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones (10) looks on during a / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

Week 10 of the NFL season began this past Thursday night, which saw the Chicago Bears beat the Carolina Panthers 16-13 to improve to 3-7 on the year. Even so, they still held the No. 1 pick, as they own the Panthers' selection after last year's trade for the No. 1 pick. At 1-8, the Panthers are tied with the Arizona Cardinals for the worst record in the NFL entering Sunday.

But that could all change come the Sunday slate of games.

Early Sunday, the New England Patriots lost 10-6 to the Indianapolis Colts in Frankfurt, Germany. With that, the team fell to 2-8 on the season and is in prime position to miss the playoffs and pick in the Top 5 of the 2024 NFL Draft. This is unheard of, as the last time the Patriots picked in the Top 5 was in 1994 when they selected Willie McGinest with the fourth-overall pick.

Let's look at the NFL Draft order after the Week 10 games.

Updated NFL Draft order after Week 10

This page will continue to be updated once every Week 10 game goes final.

Here is the updated NFL Draft order, courtesy of Tankathon.

  1. Chicago Bears (via Carolina Panthers (1-8))
  2. New York Giants (2-8)
  3. New England Patriots (2-8)
  4. Arizona Cardinals (2-8)
  5. Chicago Bears (3-7)
  6. Green Bay Packers (3-6)
  7. Los Angeles Rams (3-6)
  8. Tennessee Titans (3-6)
  9. Atlanta Falcons (4-5)
  10. Washington Commanders (4-6)
  11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-5)
  12. New York Jets (4-5)
  13. Denver Broncos (4-5)
  14. Los Angeles Chargers (4-5)
  15. Indianapolis Colts (5-5)
  16. Las Vegas Raiders (5-5)
  17. Buffalo Bills (5-5)
  18. Cincinnati Bengals (5-4)
  19. New Orleans Saints (5-5)
  20. Arizona Cardinals (via Houston Texans (5-4))
  21. Minnesota Vikings (6-4)
  22. Dallas Cowboys (6-3)
  23. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3)
  24. Houston Texans (via Cleveland Browns (6-3))
  25. Miami Dolphins (6-3)
  26. Seattle Seahawks (6-3)
  27. San Francisco 49ers (6-3)
  28. Jacksonville Jaguars (6-3)
  29. Baltimore Ravens (7-3)
  30. Detroit Lions (7-2)
  31. Kansas City Chiefs (7-2)
  32. Philadelphia Eagles (8-1)

The Patriots are in a solid position to take a quarterback, sitting at No. 3 overall. They may need to, as Mac Jones was horrendous against the Colts and has failed to live up to the hype as a first-round pick in 2021. The real question is, will head coach Bill Belichick be around to make the selection?

In the late slate of Sunday games, the Cardinals picked up their second victory of their season, beating the Atlanta Falcons 25-23 at the buzzer on a 23-yard field goal by Matt Prater. This was also Kyler Murray's first game back after recovering from a torn ACL suffered last season.

Then there were the New York Giants, who moved up to the second-overall spot after their 49-17 blowout loss to the Dallas Cowboys. It went as poorly as you expected, with Giants players being visibly frustrated on the sidelines. With the team relying upon Tommy DeVito with Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor out, with Matt Barkley sitting behind him on the depth chart, the Giants may have strong odds to get one of the top two selections in the draft next year.

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