So if the season ended now, here's how the top of the draft will look. For teams with a tied record, the team that has the weaker strength of schedule (SoS) picks first of the tied teams. I think, that even though San Diego beat the Jets, they pick ahead of them because the draft is based on SoS and has no head to head component.

1) 2-13: Kansas City (SOS: .486)
2) 2-13: Jacksonville (.549)
3) 4-11: Oakland (.466)
4) 4-11: Philly (.511)
5) 4-11: Detroit (.570)
6) 5-10: Buffalo (.498)
7) 5-10: Tennessee (.536)
8) 5-9: Cleveland (.478)
9) 5-9: Arizona (.538)
10) 6-9: San Diego (.466)
11) 6-9: Tampa (.482)
12) 6-9: Carolina (.516)
13) 6-9: Jets (.518)
14) 7-8: Pittsburgh (.473)
15) 7-8: Miami (.482)
16) 7-8: New Orleans (.529)
17) 7-7-1: St Louis

This will change of course as afternoon games finish and with next weeks games. In an absolute best (worst?) case scenario, we could get as high as 11th, if San Diego, Tampa and the Jets all won and Pitt lost (couldn't pass San Diego for 10th because they had an easier schedule.)