2014 NFL Draft: Texans to pick first, Rams get second pick

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Teddy Bridgewater could be the first pick taken in the 2014 NFL Draft. (USATSI)

We still have the Eagles at Cowboys match-up tonight, but we know now the top-15 picks for the 2014 NFL Draft. Picks 16-20 will be decided after tonight's game.

  TEAMS W L T SOS
1 Houston Texans 2 14   0.559
2 St. Louis Rams (WAS) 3 13   0.516
3 Jacksonville Jaguars 4 12   0.504
4 Cleveland Browns 4 12   0.520
5 Oakland Raiders 4 12   0.523
6 Atlanta Falcons 4 12   0.553
7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4 12   0.574
8 Minnesota Vikings 5 10 1 0.512
9 Buffalo Bills 6 10   0.523
10 Detroit Lions 7 9   0.457
11 Tennessee Titans 7 9   0.504
12 New York Giants 7 9   0.520
13 St. Louis Rams 7 9   0.551
14 Chicago Bears 8 8   0.465
15 Pittsburgh Steelers 8 8   0.469


For the NFL Draft, the first tiebreaker rule is strength of schedule (SOS), the easier SOS earning the earlier selection. Division and Conference tiebreakers are next and if teams are still tied, a coin flip will determine the team that picks first. The top-20 picks will be determined between now and the end of the regular season while selections 21-32 will be based on the outcome of the playoffs.

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