Browns secure No. 1 pick in National Football League draft; Giants No. 2

Browns secure No. 1 pick in National Football League draft; Giants No. 2

2 spot on Sunday, a week after the Cleveland Browns secured the top position.

The Giants (3-13) will pick second, giving new General Manager Dave Gettleman the opportunity to draft their eventual heir to Eli Manning as well.

The Bears will pick eighth in the National Football League draft after Sunday's 23-10 season-ending loss to the Vikings.

The Browns have multiple top-10 picks, but they might not be a shoe-in to use the draft to find their quarterback of the future.

The Cleveland Browns' 0-16 finish concluded a brutal two-year stretch for coach Hue Jackson, who is 1-31 since he was hired before the start of the 2016 season. The Texans stumbled after Watson's ACL tear and eventually finished 4-12.

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Thanks to a draft-day trade, the Browns own the Texans' first-round pick, which is fourth overall after they lost to the Colts. The Giants defeated the Redskins 18-10 shortly thereafter. That pick was actually a second round, so they've never selected 19th in the first round. The Colts will pick No. 3.

Cleveland became the second team in National Football League history to finish a season 0-16, securing the No. 1 overall pick for the second consecutive season in the process.

Free agency will have a lot to do with how the Colts go about the draft and they will have among the most money in the offseason. The Broncos (5-11), Osweiler's current team, will select fifth.

So while there will certainly be a lot of moves off the field that will impact the draft choices of National Football League teams, here's where we stand as of January 1, 2018.