At this stage of the season, some fans' focus is starting to turn towards next April's NFL Draft. Fans of the Jacksonville Jaguars may have been concerned that the team's victory over the Tennessee Titans may have wrecked their chance at a top draft pick, but because of wins by the Cleveland Browns and the Carolina Panthers, the Jaguars currently have the No. 2 overall draft pick for next year.
As for the Miami Dolphins, after their win against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, they now have the No. 14 overall draft pick, currently sandwiched between the two picks controlled by the St. Louis Rams. At 5-6, the Dolphins are tied with the Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints and Washington Redskins, who traded next year's first-round pick. But the Dolphins currently have the lowest strength of schedule percentage at .494, while the Redskins have a .503, the Saints a .509 and the Cowboys a .523.
With their 6-5 record, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are currently in a three-way tie with the Cincinnati Bengals and the Minnesota Vikings. The Bengals' strength of schedule is at .449, with the Buccaneers at .469 and the Vikings at .540, giving the Buccaneers the No. 19 overall pick.