DETROIT -- And then there was one -- winless team in the NFL, that is.
It’s a three-way race for the top pick. The Browns are 0-9, while the 49ers and Giants have one win apiece. Before Sunday’s games, ESPN Analytics gave Cleveland a 55.6 percent chance to have the top pick and San Francisco 42.2 percent. Those numbers should change after the weekend’s results.
Here’s a look at each team’s remaining games in the “chase” for the top pick:
The Browns play four of their final seven on the road: Jacksonville, at Cincinnati, at L.A. Chargers, Green Bay, Baltimore, at Chicago, at Pittsburgh.
Combined record: 31-32 (.492)
The Giants play four of seven at home: Kansas City, at Washington, at Oakland, Dallas, Philadelphia, at Arizona, Washington.
Combined record: 35-28 (.556)
San Francisco has played 10 games and has three of its final six at home: Seattle, at Chicago, at Houston, Tennessee, Jacksonville, at L.A. Rams.
Combined record: 31-23 (.574)
The Browns might have the best chance for the first pick, per analytics, but they also have the easiest remaining schedule.