2022 NFL draft first-round order: Jaguars to pick at No. 1 again as top 32 selections are set

Here is a look at the first-round order for the 2022 NFL draft after the events of Super Bowl 56, which locked in the order for the first 32 selections.

For the second consecutive year, the Jacksonville Jaguars own the No. 1 overall selection. Jacksonville becomes the first franchise since the Cleveland Browns in 2017-18 to earn the No. 1 pick in back-to-back seasons.

The draft order is determined by record and using strength of schedule as a tiebreaker. The final 14 first-round spots are determined by playoff results.

The 2022 NFL draft is scheduled to be held in Las Vegas from April 28-30.

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1. Jacksonville Jaguars.

Record: 3-14 (strength of schedule: .512).

2. Detroit Lions.

Record: 3-13-1 (.528).

3. Houston Texans.

Record: 4-13 (.498).

4. New York Jets.

Record: 4-13 (.512).

5. New York Giants.

Record: 4-13 (.536).

6. Carolina Panthers.

Record: 5-12 (.509).

7. New York Giants (from Chicago Bears).

Chicago Bears’ record: 6-11 (.524).

8. Atlanta Falcons.

Record: 7-10 (.472).

9. Denver Broncos.

Record: 7-10 (.484).

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10. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks).

Seattle Seahawks’ record: 7-10 (.519).

11. Washington Football Team.

Record: 7-10 (.529).

12. Minnesota Vikings.

Record: 8-9 (.507).

13. Cleveland Browns.

Record: 8-9 (.514).

14. Baltimore Ravens.

Record: 8-9 (.531).

15. Philadelphia Eagles (from Miami Dolphins).

Miami Dolphins’ record: 9-8 (.464).

16. Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis Colts).

Indianapolis Colts’ record: 9-8 (.495).

17. Los Angeles Chargers.

Record: 9-8 (.510).

18. New Orleans Saints.

Record: 9-8 (.512).

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Playoff teams

Eliminated during wild-card round

19. Philadelphia Eagles.

Record: 9-8 (.469).

20. Pittsburgh Steelers.

Record: 9-7-1 (.521).

21. Las Vegas Raiders.

Record: 10-7 (.510).

22. New England Patriots.

Record: 10-7 (.481).

23. Arizona Cardinals.

Record: 11-6 (.490).

24. Dallas Cowboys.

Record: 12-5 (.488).

Eliminated during divisional round

25. Buffalo Bills.

Record: 11-6 (.472).

26. Tennessee Titans.

Record: 12-5 (.472).

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Record: 13-4 (.467).

28. Green Bay Packers.

Record: 13-4 (.479).

Eliminated during conference championships

29. Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco 49ers).

San Francisco 49ers’ record: 10-7 (.500).

30. Kansas City Chiefs.

Record: 12-5 (.538).

Super Bowl 56 runner-up

31. Cincinnati Bengals.

Record: 10-7 (.472).

Super Bowl 56 champion

32. Detroit Lions (from Rams).

Los Angeles Rams’ record: 12-5 (.483).

Teams without a first-round pick: Chicago Bears, Indianapolis Colts, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks.

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