2023 NFL draft: Updated 1st-round order after Week 12




 

Another week of NFL action is in the books, which means we're one week closer to locking in the top of next year's draft order.

If you're a fan of the Los Angeles Rams or Denver Broncos, you might want to look away.

Both of those teams have already traded away their first-round picks in 2023, and thanks to the dismal seasons they're enduring right now, those selections currently sit among the top four, much to the delight of the Detroit Lions and Seattle Seahawks.

The Houston Texan still have a comfortable lead for the No. 1 overall pick, but there's still plenty of time for things to change down the stretch.

Here's what the first-round order would look like if the 2023 NFL draft took place after Week 12 action (via Tankathon):

*NOTE: The Miami Dolphins forfeited their first-round pick in next year's draft as a result of the NFL's investigation into tampering violations.

1. Houston Texans

 

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2. Chicago Bears

 

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3. Detroit Lions (from LAR)

 

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4. Seattle Seahawks (from DEN)

 

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5. Carolina Panthers

 

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6. Philadelphia Eagles (from NO)

 

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7. Arizona Cardinals

 

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8. Green Bay Packers

 

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9. Las Vegas Raiders

 

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10. Houston Texans (from CLE)

 

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11. Jacksonville Jaguars

 

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12. Pittsburgh Steelers

 

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13. Detroit Lions

 

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14. Indianapolis Colts

 

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15. Atlanta Falcons

 

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16. Seattle Seahawks

 

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17. Los Angeles Chargers

 

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18. New England Patriots

 

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19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

 

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20. Washington Commanders

 

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21. Baltimore Ravens

 

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22. New York Jets

 

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23. Cincinnati Bengals

 

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24. New York Giants

 

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25. Denver Broncos (from SF via MIA)

 

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26. Tennessee Titans

 

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27. Dallas Cowboys

 

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28. Buffalo Bills

 

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29. Minnesota Vikings

 

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30. Kansas City Chiefs

 

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31. Philadelphia Eagles

 

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Story originally appeared on Draft Wire

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