With the NFL regular season having reached its endpoint on Sunday, 20 teams will be watching the postseason that starts next weekend from home.

While their seasons can be considered disappointing in that regard, these teams still have the opportunity to build their way back up starting with the NFL Draft. The first round of the 2019 NFL Draft will take place on April 25.

The 20 non-playoff teams now know where they will be selecting in the first round come April 25, as reported by ESPN.

Their record this season is listed in parentheses

1. Arizona Cardinals (3-13)


San Francisco 49ers (4-12)

3. New York Jets (4-12)

4. Oakland Raiders (4-12)

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-11)

6. New York Giants (5-11)

7. Jacksonville Jaguars (5-11)

8. Detroit Lions (6-10)

9. Denver Broncos (6-10)

10. Buffalo Bills (6-10)

11. Cincinnati Bengals (6-10)

12. Green Bay Packers (6-9-1)

13. Miami Dolphins (7-9)

14. Atlanta Falcons (7-9)

15. Washington Redskins (7-9)

16. Carolina Panthers (7-9)

17. Cleveland Browns (7-8-1)

18. Minnesota Vikings (8-7-1)

19. Tennessee Titans (9-7)

20. Pittsburgh Steelers (9-6-1)

Assuming that the Cardinals do not trade the pick, this will be the first time they have selected first overall since 1958 when they resided in Chicago. That year, they selected quarterback King Hill.

They also had the top selection in 1945 when they took Pro Football Hall of Famer Charley Trippi, 1940 when they selected George Cafego, and 1939 when they drafted Ki Aldrich.

There are 13 top overall choices to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame with Peyton Manning surely to change that number to 14, and Eli Manning also having a strong chance to make it once his career is over.

Top-five picks in the 2019 draft

Bleacher Report is projecting the top-five picks in the 2019 draft to be (in order) Nick Bosa (DE) out of Ohio State for the Cardinals, Clelin Ferrell (DE) out of Clemson for the 49ers, Jonah Williams (OT) out of Alabama for the Jets, Quinnen Williams (DT) out of Alabama for the Raiders, and Ed Oliver (DT) out of Houston for the Buccaneers.

What is unlikely to happen is what happened in the 2018 NFL Draft when four of the top-10 picks were quarterbacks (Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, and Josh Rosen). This year’s draft is not at quarterback-heavy, and some of the teams picking near the top (including the top-three of the Cardinals, 49ers, and Jets) are not on the market for a new starting quarterback.