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2022 NFL Draft order: Who holds the No. 1 pick, what rest of order looks like

We track the first round order for the 2022 NFL Draft. We’ll update this each week with results.

Jared Goff #16 of the Detroit Lions makes a call on the field during the first half against the Minnesota Vikings at Ford Field on December 05, 2021 in Detroit, Michigan. Photo by Nic Antaya/Getty Images

The 2022 NFL Draft is still a ways off, but even with plenty of football remaining in the 2021 season, the 2022 NFL Draft order is starting to round into shape. We won’t know the final order for some time, but we know most of the teams that will be picking pretty early next April.

The big news in Week 13 was the Lions stunning the Vikings. Jared Goff found Amon-Ra St. Brown as time expired to get their first win. They are now 1-10-1 and while they still stand a strong chance of claiming the No. 1 pick, they won’t go winless this season.

We’re waiting on the 4:05/4:25 p.m. ET results for Week 13, but barring a huge upset, the top three will be Lions, Texans, Jaguars headed toward Week 14. The Jets are the other team that make sense as a potential top three team, so we’ll be keeping an eye on them the final five weeks of the season. The Seahawks are also sitting there with three wins, but it just seems hard to see them finishing with that group of four. They’re struggling but Russell Wilson has to be worth a win or two.

Here’s the draft order for the 18 non-playoff teams. SOS serves as the tiebreaker and comes via Tankathon. We’ll be updating over the rest of the season with recaps of each week until the final draft order is settled.

  1. Detroit Lions, 1-10-1, .529
  2. Jacksonville Jaguars, 2-10, .505
  3. Houston Texans, 2-10, .505
  4. New York Jets, 3-9, .505
  5. Seattle Seahawks (to Jets), 4-8, .507
  6. Chicago Bears (to Giants), 4-8, .517
  7. New York Giants, 4-8, .527
  8. Atlanta Falcons, 5-7, .466
  9. Carolina Panthers, 5-7, .502
  10. Minnesota Vikings, 5-7, .512
  11. New Orleans Saints, 5-7, .522
  12. Philadelphia Eagles, 6-7, .478
  13. Miami Dolphins (to Eagles), 6-7, .478
  14. Denver Broncos, 6-6, .488
  15. Las Vegas Raiders, 6-6, .534
  16. Cleveland Browns, 6-6, .539
  17. Indianapolis Colts (to Eagles), 7-6, .485
  18. Pittsburgh Steelers, 6-5-1, .527