2023 NFL draft order

Phicinfan

Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything
Administrator
First 18 are set:
1) Chicago Bears
2) Houston Texans
3) Arizona Cardinals
4) Indianapolis Colts
5) Seattle Seahawks - pick traded from Denver
6) Detroit Lions - pick traded from Los Angeles Rams
7) Las Vegas Raiders
8) Atlanta Falcons
9) Carolina Panthers
10) Philadelphia Eagles - pick traded from New Orleans
11) Tennessee Titans
12) Houston Texans - pick traded from Cleveland
13) New York Jets
14) New England Patriots
15) Green Bay Packers
16) Washington Commanders
17) Pittsburgh Steelers
18) Detroit Lions
19) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
20) Seattle Seahawks
21) Miami Dolphins - Forfeited by NFL
22) Los Angeles Chargers
23) Baltimore Ravens
24) Minnesota Vikings
25) Jacksonville Jaguars
26) New York Giants
27) Dallas Cowboys
28) Buffalo Bills
29) Cincinnati Bengals
30) New Orleans Saints - trade for Sean Payton from Denver from SF
31) TBD
32) TBD


Teams currently without a first round pick: San Francisco, Cleveland, Los Angeles Rams, Miami Dolphins
 
Last edited:

efactor

Coming at you
Those dumb, dumb Texans. Having the #1 pick could have been huge in either the player picked or the draft capital acquired vs the #2 pick.

But having #2 and #12 after picking the Browns pocket will go a long way in their rebuild. Hopefully.

As much as I despise them, got to give Seattle some props on the Wilson deal. They got Cross out of it last year, now the #5 pick and a high 2nd for what looks like a washed up QB.

Lions looking good with the #6 pick from the Rams and their own #18. Future is bright. Been a while since anyone legitimately thought that
 

Phicinfan

Expert on nothing, opinionated on everything
Administrator
Those dumb, dumb Texans. Having the #1 pick could have been huge in either the player picked or the draft capital acquired vs the #2 pick.

But having #2 and #12 after picking the Browns pocket will go a long way in their rebuild. Hopefully.
Well they should get QB they want, as Bears don't need a QB, then again, the Bears would be smart to trade back as they need pretty much everything.
Houston also has 5 picks in first two rounds this year. It will help a ton, and new HC will get to pick HIS Qb, for better or worse.
As much as I despise them, got to give Seattle some props on the Wilson deal. They got Cross out of it last year, now the #5 pick and a high 2nd for what looks like a washed up QB.
Yup, good job by Seattle
Lions looking good with the #6 pick from the Rams and their own #18. Future is bright. Been a while since anyone legitimately thought that
I really like what the Lions have done, and they will only get better after this draft. NFC North is about to get very entertaining.
 

efactor

Coming at you
Yeah, I think the Bears trade the pick. As you said, they are set at QB and have needs pretty much everywhere.

The Texans winning that game just brought back bad memories of Chip Kelly going all out to win the last game of 2016 and costing the 49ers Myles Garrett or a big haul for the pick. Chip was probably going to be fired anyway, but that sealed his fate.

No win in the last game of the season is going to change the culture. If losing a game is going to get you the #1 pick, just lose baby. You obviously suck if you are in that position and nobody is going to call you out for losing. The difference in #1 vs #2 can be franchise altering. Just ask the Jets. Bet they really cherish that win in the last game of the season in 2020 as they watch Zach Wilson and think "what if"
 
Top