Chiefs to Pick First in National Football League’s 2013 Draft

The Kansas City Chiefs will have the first pick of the 2013 National Football League draft after winning the tiebreaker with the Jacksonville Jaguars, who also finished with a 2-14 record this season.

Following is a list of teams’ draft positions through the first 20 picks. The 21st through 32nd positions will be determined during the playoffs.

Strength of schedule is the first tiebreaker for teams with equal records, followed by divisional records and conference records, if applicable. All remaining ties are broken by coin toss. The first round of the draft is April 25.

Team                       Record      Strength of Schedule
1. Kansas City Chiefs      2-14        .516
2. Jacksonville Jaguars    2-14        .539
3. Oakland Raiders         4-12        .469
4. Philadelphia Eagles     4-12        .508
5. Detroit Lions           4-12        .566
6. Cleveland Browns        5-11        .508
7. Arizona Cardinals       5-11        .559
8. Buffalo Bills           6-10        .480
9. New York Jets           6-10        .512
10. Tennessee Titans       6-10        .512
11. San Diego Chargers     7-9         .457
12. Miami Dolphins         7-9         .500
13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers   7-9         .502
14. Carolina Panthers      7-9         .516
15. New Orleans Saints     7-9         .521
16. St. Louis Rams         7-8-1       .539
17. Pittsburgh Steelers    8-8         .465
18. Dallas Cowboys         8-8         .523
19. New York Giants        9-7         .521
20. Chicago Bears          10-6        .512

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