A week ago, it didn't look like anyone was going to seriously challenge the Indianapolis Colts for the number one pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. At 0-13, the Colts were in the driver's seat, as no other team had less than two victories on their record.
Indianapolis is still in pretty good shape, but beating the Tennessee Titans does make it a little interesting. The Colts are now 1-13 and only one game behind the 2-12 St. Louis Rams (who lost to Cincinnati) and the 2-12 Minnesota Vikings (who were routed by New Orleans). If the Colts were to win one more game (they do play the Jacksonville Jaguars the final week of the year), they might end up with the same record as the Rams (who finish up at Pittsburgh and home against San Francisco) and the Vikings (at Washington, home against Chicago).
The number one draft pick is still there for the Colts to lose. But it's very much up for grabs going into the final week of the season.