The 2021 NFL season is drawing to a close as the Super Bowl kicks off on February 13, but first, let’s take a look at our latest 2022 NFL Mock Draft.
On Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams punched out their Super Bowl tickets with impressive wins over the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, respectively. It will be a matchup between two No. 1 overall picks in quarterbacks Joe Burrow and Matthew Stafford, making for an incredibly exciting matchup.
Here, we look forward to April and seeing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers replace a legend at quarterback.
2022 NFL Mock Draft: Tampa Bay Replaces Tom Brady
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For the second year in a row, the Jacksonville Jaguars will have the first overall pick in the NFL Draft. Last year, the Jaguars were able to land the No. 1 player in the draft class in Trevor Lawrence, a quarterback who changed the Clemson franchise.
This year, the No. 1 player overall isn’t so clear cut, and it could be a few different guys who hear his name first in late April. Here, the Jaguars decide to pass the top two running backs in this draft class, landing a left tackle for their prized quarterback in Alabama’s Evan Neal.
The Detroit Lions are a team that could be in the market for a quarterback this offseason, as Jared Goff was more or less in his first year in Detroit. However, he played better down the stretch, and with no real top prospect in the position pool this year, they decide to bring in one of the elite frontrunners in this class.
While it’s a coin toss between Kayvon Thibodeaux and Aidan Hutchinson at the moment, we like the Lions to stick with the player who played their college ball at Michigan State. That player is Hutchinson, who is the type of hard-working player that Dan Campbell loves.
The Houston Texans are still looking for their next head coach, so it remains to be seen what will be the priority for the new regimen heading into the draft. No matter who leads the way in 2022, this team has major holes on both sides of the ball and it would be wise to start amassing elite talent regardless of the need for the draft.
In this draft class, there are very few must-see prospects, but I think Notre Dame’s star safety Kyle Hamilton is just that. He has incredible range, outstanding hands and in a secondary that struggled a lot last season, he instantly slides into the lead there.
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2022 NFL Mock Draft: Successors to Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger in the Buccaneers and Steelers Draft