The Indianapolis Colts (2-14) secured the No. 1 pick in the April draft with their loss to the Jaguars in Jacksonville on Sunday.
It will be the first time since 1998 that the franchise has had the top pick.
The selection then was Peyton Manning. The selection now could be the guy who prompts the team to move away from Manning, Andrew Luck.
Jacksonville (5-11) would have been fourth if they’d lost to the Colts, but are now in line to draft seventh overall.
The Tennessee Titans' 9-7 season earns them the 20th spot in the first round, which will play out on Thursday, April 26th.
Interestingly, Tennessee would have also been 20th had it lost to the Houston Texans and finished 8-8 because it would have been last in the tie-breaker, strength of schedule, among teams that finished .500.
Houston's pick, along with the picks of the other 11 playoff teams, will be determined by how it does in the playoffs.