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2013 NFL Draft: Updated draft order

2013 NFL Draft: Updated draft order

By Dane Brugler | NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst

Here is the updated NFL Draft order after two weeks of the NFL Playoffs. Picks 1-28 are now official.

1Kansas City214 0.516
2Jacksonville214 0.539
3Oakland412 0.469
4Philadelphia412 0.508
5Detroit412 0.566
6Cleveland511 0.508
7Arizona511 0.559
8Buffalo610 0.480
9NY Jets610 0.512
10Tennessee610 0.512
11San Diego79 0.457
12Miami79 0.500
13Tampa Bay79 0.502
14Carolina79 0.516
15New Orleans79 0.521
16St. Louis7810.539
17Pittsburgh88 0.465
18Dallas88 0.523
19NY Giants97 0.521
20Chicago106 0.512
21Cincinnati106 0.438
22STL (WAS)106 0.494
23Minnesota106 0.520
24Indianapolis115 0.441
25Seattle115 0.504
26Green Bay115 0.508
27Houston124 0.496
28Denver133 0.457

That is the order, but who will each team select? Full mock draft analysis here.

-- The Chiefs have the No. 1 overall pick for the first time in franchise history. Kansas City, who will be selecting in the top-5 for the fourth time since 2008, hasn't selected a quarterback in the first round since 1983 (Todd Blackledge).

-- For teams with identical records, the first NFL Draft order tiebreaker is strength of schedule, then division record (for teams in the same division), and then conference record (for teams in the same conference). The fourth tiebreaker is a coin flip, which is performed at the annual NFL Combine, however, there is no need for any coin flips this year.

-- The Jets and Titans both finished with identical records (6-10) and strength of schedules (.512), but New York earns the higher draft pick due to their lower winning percentage against conference opponents.

-- Picks 21-32 will be determined by the playoffs and the round teams are eliminated. For example, the losing teams in the wild-card round will pick 21-24, the losing teams in the divisional round will pick 25-28, etc. Same tiebreaker rules apply.

-- As of now, the only team without a first round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft is theWashington Redskins. Their first-round selection belongs to the St. Louis Rams from last year's trade involving QB Robert Griffin III.

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