2020 NFL Draft Order: Bengals On the Clock With No. 1 Pick

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The Kansas City Chiefs have outlasted the San Francisco 49ers to win Super Bowl LIV. The officially end of the postseason means that the first round of the  2020 draft has been set. 

Cincinnati entered Week 17 having already clinched the No. 1 pick in the draft. A number of changes occurred during Week 17 and four more teams have been since been slotted into the first round after losing during Wild Card weekend.

Here's the NFL draft order following Wild Card weekend's results:

  1. Cincinnati (2-14)
  2. Washington (3-13)
  3. Detroit (3-12-1)
  4. NY Giants (4-12)
  5. Miami (5-11)
  6. LA Chargers (5-11)
  7. Carolina (5-11)
  8. Arizona (5-10-1)
  9. Jacksonville (6-10)
  10. Cleveland (6-10)
  11. NY Jets (7-9)
  12. Oakland (7-9)
  13. Indianapolis (7-9)
  14. Tampa Bay (7-9)
  15. Denver (7-9)
  16. Atlanta (7-9)
  17. Cowboys (8-8)
  18. Pittsburgh (to Miami) (8-8)
  19. Chicago (to Oakland) (8-8)
  20. LA Rams (to Jacksonville) (9-7)
  21. Philadelphia (9-7)
  22. Buffalo (10-6)
  23. New England (12-4)
  24. New Orleans (13-3)
  25. Minnesota (10-6)
  26. Houston (to Miami) (10-6)
  27. Seattle (12-4)
  28. Baltimore (14-2)
  29. Tennessee (9-7)
  30. Green Bay (13-3)
  31. San Francisco (13-3)
  32. Kansas City (12-4)