Updated 2023 NFL Draft Order Following Week 17 Results | News, Results, Highlights, Stats and Rumours

HOUSTON, TX - JANUARY 1: Jeff Driskel #6 of the Houston Texans looks down the sidelines against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the first half at NRG Stadium on January 1, 2023 in Houston, Texas.  (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

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The Houston Texans are in a losing streak after making the first pick in the 2023 NFL draft.

Houston’s loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday put it 2-13-1.

The Texans are a half game behind the Chicago Bears. A Week 18 loss to the Indianapolis Colts or a Bears win over the Minnesota Vikings will put the Texans at the top of the draft order.

The Seattle Seahawks over the Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals and Colts fill out the rest of the top 5 after Sunday’s Week 17 games.

2023 NFL 1st round draft order

1 Houston (2-13-1)

2.Chicago (3-13)

3. Seattle vs. Denver (4-12)

4. Arizona (4-12)

5. Indianapolis (4-11-1)

6. Detroit by LA Rams (5-11)

7 Atlanta (6-10)

8. Las Vegas (6-10)

9. Carolina (6-10)

10. Philadelphia from New Orleans (7-9)

11. Tennessee (7-9)

12. Houston vs. Cleveland (7-9)

13. New York Jets (7-9)

14 Washington (7-8-1)

15 Pittsburgh (8-8)

16. Green Bay (8-8)

17 Detroit (8-8)

18. Miami (8-8; lost)

19 Seattle (8-8)

20. Jacksonville (8-8)

21. Tampa Bay (8-8)

22. New England (8-8)

23. New York Giants (9-6-1)

24 Baltimore (10-6)

25. Los Angeles Chargers (10-6)

26. Cincinnati (11-4)

27 Minnesota (12-4)

28 Dallas (12-4)

29. Denver from San Francisco (12-4)

30. Buffalo (12-3)

31. Kansas City (13-3)

32 Philadelphia (13-3)

Houston’s likely goal would be a quarterback. Bryce Young of Alabama and CJ Stroud of Ohio State top the list of top prospects.

Young shone in Saturday’s Sugar Bowl while Stroud was fantastic in Ohio State’s college football playoff semifinal loss to Georgia.

Houston could use one to recharge the franchise after Davis Mills has mostly started for the past two years.

Chicago can only land the top pick if it loses next week and the Texans win. The Bears will be looking for talent centered around Justin Fields in the second year of the Matt Eberflus era.

The Bears would be a prime candidate for a tradedown if they secured the second pick because they don’t need a quarterback.

The Seahawks are in third place thanks to the Broncos’ recent loss.

The Russell Wilson deal could create a top-five pick for Seattle, which certainly exceeds the franchise’s wildest expectations when the deal went through.

Arizona and Indianapolis are the other teams with four wins.

Rounding out the top 10 are the Detroit Lions (who have the choice of the Los Angeles Rams), the Las Vegas Raiders, the Atlanta Falcons, the Carolina Panthers, and the Philadelphia Eagles (who have the choice of the New Orleans Saints).