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2022 NFL Draft order: Who has the No. 1 pick, who has top ten pick after Week 12

The Lions keep on losing, meaning the draft order competition is for the rest of the top five.

Detroit Lions cornerback Jerry Jacobs (39) reacts to losing the game on a Chicago field with one second remaining on the clock during a regular season Thanksgiving Day NFL football game between the Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions on November 25, 2021 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. Photo by Scott W. Grau/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The NFL is into Week 12 and the NFL Draft board features one near certainty and then a whole lot of questions. The Lions remain winless after a last-second loss to the Bears on Thanksgiving. It’s been heartbreaker after heartbreaker for Detroit and they’re running out of winnable games on the schedule. They’ll be underdogs in each of their remaining six games and the most winnable are road games.

The teams immediately behind them are all in action on Sunday, so the top five will do some shuffling by the time this afternoon wraps. The Jets and Jaguars are underdogs this weekend, while the Texans closed as a favorite against the Dolphins. All three teams are tied at 2-8 with the Giants right behind them at 3-7 and hosting the Eagles. We’ll see plenty of movement in the top ten picks in Week 12.

1 p.m. results: The Jets beat the Texans to improve to 3-8 and drop Houston to 2-9. The Jaguars lost to the Falcons. Things will change before the end of the day, but for the moment, the Eagles loss to the Giants has them in ninth at 5-7, and then also holding the tenth pick from the 5-7 Dolphins.

Evening results: The biggest move sees Cleveland drop a few spots with their loss to the Ravens on Sunday Night Football.

Monday results: The Seahawks lost to Washington to climb up to the fourth position, although the Jets get their pick.

Here’s the draft order for the top 18 teams, all of whom are currently not projected to make the playoffs. SOS serves as the tiebreaker and comes via Tankathon. We’ll be updating this list throughout the day as results come in.

  1. Detroit Lions, 0-10-1, .542
  2. Houston Texans, 2-9, .497
  3. Jacksonville Jaguars, 2-9, .508
  4. Seattle Seahawks (to Jets), 3-8, .505
  5. New York Jets, 3-8, .508
  6. New York Giants, 4-7, .513
  7. Chicago Bears (to Giants), 4-7, .518
  8. Philadelphia Eagles, 5-7, .476
  9. Miami Dolphins (to Eagles), 5-7, .495
  10. Carolina Panthers, 5-7, .505
  11. Atlanta Falcons, 5-6, .461
  12. Minnesota Vikings, 5-6, .505
  13. New Orleans Saints, 5-6, .515
  14. Indianapolis Colts (to Eagles), 6-6, .492
  15. Cleveland Browns, 6-6, .548
  16. Pittsburgh Steelers, 5-5-1, .542
  17. Denver Broncos, 6-5, .481
  18. Las Vegas Raiders, 6-5, .526