NFL Draft Order: Texans and Rams clinch top-2 spots

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Oct 13, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson (80) makes a reception during the first quarter as St. Louis Rams free safety Rodney McLeod (23) attempts to make a tackle at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

The latest 2014 NFL Draft order has the  the No. 1 overall pick down to just two teams: The Houston Texans or St. Louis Rams, who would earn the pick thanks to a trade with the Washington Redskins.

As far as the AFC North goes, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ hot-streak probably won’t land them in the playoffs, and it will also leave them picking in the 14-19 range, assuming they beat the Cleveland Browns Sunday. That’s the worst spot to be picking from, because it’s away from the more higher-ranked prospects, but it’s also in a spot for team not in the NFL playoffs.

And speaking of the Browns, they went from looking like a real contender in the AFC North in the first-half of the year, to now likely having a top-5 NFL Draft pick. They can climb to the No. 3 spot with a loss and a win by the Jacksonville Jaguars.