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The Houston Texans are cruising toward the top pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.

Following the events of Week 14, here is the first-round order for the 2023 NFL Draft.

With four weeks remaining, the Houston Texans are in a strong position to secure the first overall pick in the April draught. The Texans have previously had the No. 1 overall pick three times: in 2002 (David Carr), 2006 (Mario Williams), and 2014. (Jadeveon Clowney).

The draught order is determined by record, with schedule strength serving as a tiebreaker (record and strength of schedule are official tiebreakers to determine the draught order).

The playoff results will determine the final 14 first-round spots. For the time being, those teams will be ranked according to their playoff seed if the season ended today.

The 2023 NFL Draft will be held in Kansas City on April 27-29.

  1. Texans of Houston

1-11-1 record (strength of schedule: .500)

  1. Bears of Chicago

3-10 record (.521)

  1. Seahawks of Seattle (from Broncos)

The Denver Broncos are 3-10. (.485)

  1. Eagles of Philadelphia (from Saints)

The New Orleans Saints have a 4-9 record (.500)

  1. Lions of Detroit (from Rams)

The Los Angeles Rams have a 4-9 record (.527)

Cardinals of Arizona

4-8 record (.538)

Indianapolis Colts 7th

4-8-1 record (.500)

The Raiders of Las Vegas

Score: 5-8 (.399)

Atlanta Falcons (9)

Score: 5-8 (.453)

Panthers of Carolina

Score: 5-8 (.461)

Jacksonville Jaguars (11th)

Score: 5-8 (.500)

Houston Texans (12th) (from Browns)

Cleveland Browns have a 5-8 record (.521)

Steelers of Pittsburgh

Score: 5-8 (.563)

Green Bay Packers (14th)

Score: 5-8 (.565)

Lions of Detroit

Score: 6-7 (.601)

Patriots of New England

6-6 record (.510)

Seattle Seahawks (17th)

7-6 record (.416)

New York Jets (#18)

7-6 record (.533)

Teams in the playoffs (if season ended today)

Wild-card squads Chargers of Los Angeles

7-6 record (.461)

New York Giants (20th)

7-5-1 record (.521)

Washington Commanders 21.

7-5-1 record (.524)

Miami Dolphins (22nd) (pick forfeited)

8-5 record (.521)

Cincinnati Bengals (23rd)

9-4 record (.503)

Dallas Cowboys (24th)

10-3 record (.494)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the division leaders.

Score: 6-7 (.485)

Tennessee Titans (26th)

7-6 record (.500)

Denver Broncos (27th) (from 49ers)

The San Francisco 49ers have a 9-4 record (.417)

Baltimore Ravens (28th)

9-4 record (.479)

Kansas City Chiefs (29th)

10-3 record (.479)

Buffalo Bills 30th

10-3 record (.530)

Minnesota Vikings (31st)

10-3 record (.530)

Philadelphia Eagles (32nd)

12-1 record (.479)

Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Rams, Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints, and San Francisco 49ers are the only teams without a first-round pick.

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