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2013 NFL Draft Order: The Kansas City Chiefs are on the clock

The 2013 NFL Draft order is finally set, and all eyes are on the Chiefs.

Jamie Squire

As Ted Ginn fell to the ground after attempting one last run at the end zone, the Baltimore Ravens were crowned Super Bowl champions, and the Kansas City Chiefs were officially put on the clock for the 2013 NFL Draft.

Now the entire NFL community can focus on the debate over what the Chiefs should do with the No. 1 overall pick. While West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith would make sense given Kansas City's gaping hole at quarterback, some don't consider him to be worth the pick.

In our latest mock draft here at Mocking the Draft, Kansas City selected Smith. A lot can change between now and April, though. With free agency and the combine still on the horizon, the Chiefs' needs could certainly change.

For now, the draft order is the only given.

1. Kansas City Chiefs 2-14, .516 SOS

2. Jacksonville Jaguars 2-14, .539

3. Oakland Raiders 4-12, .469

4. Philadelphia Eagles 4-12, .508

5. Detroit Lions 4-12, .566

6. Cleveland Browns 5-11, .508

7. Arizona Cardinals 5-11, .559

8. Buffalo Bills 6-10, .480

9. New York Jets 6-10, .512

10. Tennessee Titans 6-10, .512

11. San Diego Chargers 7-9, .457

12. Miami Dolphins 7-9, .500

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7-9, .502

14. Carolina Panthers 7-9, .516

15. New Orleans Saints 7-9, .521

16. St. Louis Rams 7-8-1, .539

17. Pittsburgh Steelers 8-8, .465

18. Dallas Cowboys 8-8,.523

19. New York Giants 9-7, .521

20. Chicago Bears 10-6, .512

21. Cincinnati Bengals 10-6, .438

22. St. Louis Rams (from Washington Redskins) 10-6, .494

23. Minnesota Vikings 10-6, .520

24. Indianapolis Colts 11-5, .441

25. Seattle Seahawks 11-5, .504

26. Green Bay Packers 11-5, .508

27. Houston Texans 12-4, .496

28. Denver Broncos 13-3, .457

29. New England Patriots 12-4,.496

30. Atlanta Falcons 13-3, .422

31. San Francisco 49ers 11-4-1, .504

32. Baltimore Ravens 10-6, .496