The first 20 picks in the 2013 NFL draft order have been set.
Using final records from the completed 2012 regular season, and separating any ties using strength of schedule (or conference record if there's a secondary tie), each of the first 20 picks have been locked into place for next April.
The only picks left to be decided are 21-32, which the playoffs will take care of. The losers of the Wild Card will be sorted in the same way the first 20 picks were—final record and strength of schedule. The same can be said for Divisional Round losers and Conference Championship game losers before the Super Bowl decides the final two picks.
In the following slides, we'll present our take on how the first round of the 2013 NFL draft will be ordered come February.