Which 2023 1st-round pick do the Panthers have after Week 17?

Well, it was fun while it lasted, but the Carolina Panthers are no longer in the running for the NFC South’s 2022 crown. Sunday’s painstaking loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, one they held an 11-point fourth-quarter lead in, kept the division title in Florida and Steve Wilks’ men out of chances.

So, as we begin to shift some focus into the offseason, let’s see where the Panthers’ first-round pick in the 2023 draft currently stands.

  1. Houston Texans (2-13-1)

  2. Chicago Bears (3-13)

  3. Seattle Seahawks; via Denver Broncos (4-12)

  4. Arizona Cardinals (4-12)

  5. Indianapolis Colts (4-11-1)

  6. Detroit Lions; via Los Angeles Rams (5-11)

  7. Atlanta Falcons (6-10)

  8. Las Vegas Raiders (6-10)

  9. Carolina Panthers (6-10)

  10. Philadelphia Eagles; via New Orleans Saints (7-9)

  11. Tennessee Titans (7-9)

  12. Houston Texans; via Cleveland Browns (7-9)

  13. New York Jets (7-9)

  14. Washington Commanders (7-8-1)

  15. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-8)

  16. Green Bay Packers (8-8)

  17. Detroit Lions (8-8)

  18. Miami Dolphins (8-8) (Forfeited)

  19. Seattle Seahawks (8-8)

  20. Jacksonville Jaguars (8-8)

  21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-8)

  22. New England Patriots (8-8)

  23. New York Giants (9-6-1)

  24. Baltimore Ravens (10-6)

  25. Los Angeles Chargers (10-6)

  26. Cincinnati Bengals (11-4)

  27. Minnesota Vikings (12-4)

  28. Dallas Cowboys (12-4)

  29. Denver Broncos; via San Francisco 49ers (12-4)

  30. Buffalo Bills (12-3)

  31. Kansas City Chiefs (13-3)

  32. Philadelphia Eagles (13-3)

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Story originally appeared on Panthers Wire