Packers Hold 26th Pick of First Round

Thompson (Brian Spurlock - USA Today Sports)

Here is the updated 2013 NFL draft order, with the first 28 picks in place after the divisional games.

Here is the udpated 2013 draft order. The Green Bay Packers hold the 26th selection of the first round. Next weekend's losers will get picks Nos. 29 and 30, the Super Bowl loser gets No. 31 and the Super Bowl winner gets No. 32.

Pick///Team///Record///Strength of schedule

1. Kansas City 2-14 0.516

2. Jacksonville 2-14 0.539

3. Oakland 4-12 0.469

4. Philadelphia 4-12 0.508

5. Detroit 4-12 0.566

6. Cleveland 5-11 0.508

7. Arizona 5-11 0.559

8. Buffalo 6-10 0.480

9. NY Jets 6-10 0.512

10. Tennessee 6-10 0.512

11. San Diego 7-9 0.457

12. Miami 7-9 0.500

13. Tampa Bay 7-9 0.502

14. Carolina 7-9 0.516

15. New Orleans 7-9 0.521

16. St. Louis 7-8-1 0.539

17. Pittsburgh 8-8 0.465

18. Dallas 8-8 0.523

19. NY Giants 9-7 0.521

20. Chicago 10-6 0.512

21. Cincinnati 10-6 0.438

22. St. Louis (from Washington) 10-6 0.494

23. Minnesota 10-6 0.520

24. Indianapolis 11-5 0.441

25. Seattle 11-5 0.504

26. Green Bay 11-5 0.508

27. Houston 12-4 0.496

28. Denver 13-3 0.457

Notes: Ties are broken by strength of schedule. For instance, Kansas City gets the No. 1 overall pick because it played a weaker schedule than Jacksonville. St. Louis gets pick No. 22 as part of the trade that allowed Washington to move up to No. 2 and select Robert Griffin III last year.


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