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2022 NFL Mock Draft

2022 NFL Mock Draft – Sean Green 1.0

My 2022 NFL Mock Draft is probably one of the more contrarian mock drafts you will find online right now. It’s always fun to be different and really go for it with some bold predictions, however, I really believe in this mock draft having a shot simply because of how wide open this NFL Draft is. It’s rare to be this close to the draft and not have more consensus when it comes to top picks and positions. It starts like all things in the NFL at the QB spot, with this class being thin it really creates some chaos.

I will be putting my money where my mouth is betting on a lot of this mock draft via some NFL Draft prop bets over at WynnBET. I’ll only need a few of these more unconventional picks to hit to come out ahead as my 2022 NFL Mock Draft is littered with some big dogs. Enjoy and don’t forget to LET IT RIDE!

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2022 NFL Mock Draft – Sean Green 1.0

#TeamPickPosCollege
1

Jaguars
Ikem EkwonuOTNC State
Doug Pederson knows a good OL is the key to winning in the NFL. Trent Baalke who still somehow has a job wants to go defense but Doug P gets his way and they go OL.
2

Lions
Malik WillisQBLiberty
Willis is the highest upside QB in the Draft and the Lions can't be happy with Jared Goff.
3

Texans
Aidan HutchinsonEDGEMichigan
The Texans will be shocked if Hutchinson falls to them here and will surely snatch him up.
4

Jets
Ahmad GardnerCBCincinnatti
Jets need help at CB and it's easy to make a case Sauce Garder is the best player in the draft.
5

Giants
Evan NealOTAlabama
In the words of my high school football coach the Giants could "f#$% up a wet dream," but even they realize they need a better OL and Neal is their best bet here.
6

Panthers
Travon WalkerEDGEGeorgia
Walker has a chance to go number one overall so if he is here the Panthers will definitely snap him up.
7

Giants
Jameson WilliamsWRAlabama
Now that Kadarius Toney is being shopped by the NYG they'll look to bring in an impact WR to help struggling QB Daniel Jones. Jameson Williams makes a ton of sense for them.
8

Falcons
Kenny PickettQBPittsburgh
Arm strength seems to be Pickett's biggest flaw. Fortunately the Falcons play in a division that rarely sees bad weather and he seems to be a good match for Arthur Smith.
9

Seahawks
via DEN
Trevor PenningOTNorthern Iowa
The position may not be surprising but the name may be. He's a massive player, classic football guy and fits exactly type of players Carroll drafts.
10

Jets
via SEA
Kayvon ThibodeauxEDGEOregon
Jets need help in all aspects of defense and getting an EDGE rusher like Thibodeaux at 10 will feel like a real steal.
11

Washington
Drake LondonWRUSC
The Commanders really could use someone to pair with Terry McLaurin and a big bodied WR like London is a good match for Wentz.
12

Vikings
Derek Stingley Jr.CBLSU
He was at times projected to be number one overall and for a team looking to upgrade their CBs Stingley is a great fit here at 12.
13

Texans
via CLE
Garrett WilsonWROhio State
The Texans need a ton of firepower on offense and Wilson could bring a nice boost day one.
14

Ravens
Jordan DavisDTGeorgia
The Ravens have had a histor of drafting big boddies for the DL and Jordan Davis can eat up a ton of space in a division that still values the run game.
15

Eagles
via MIA/i>
Jermaine JohnsonEDGEFlorida
The Eagles value pass rush and they're very thin especially on the outside. Jermaine Johnson provides a ton of value here.
16

Saints
via PHI/i>
Chris OlaveWROhio State
If the Saints are going to build around Jameis they're going to need some WR help, Olave is a stud that would thrive indoors.
17

Chargers
Charles CrossOTMississippi State
You don't want to draft an OT in a MIke Leach system' may have gone by the wayside now that his tackles face SEC competition. Chargers have to protect Herbert at all costs.
18

Eagles
via NO/i>
Kyle HamiltonSNotre Dame
The Eagles have a massive hole at S and Hamilton is best safety in the draft. They rarely draft a safety in the first round but I think they make an exception here.
19

Saints
via PHI/i>
Tyler SmithOTTulas
Looking to replace Terron Armstead will be no easy task but Tyler Smith is a good first shot.
20

Steelers
Matt CorralQBOle Miss
I know they have their eye on Malik Willis, but Matt Corral might not be a bad second choice for them. Tomlin has a history of coaching up immature QBs.
21

Patriots
Devin LloydLBUtah
Devin provides a lot of athletic versatility and Belichick would welcome a chance to upgrade the position with a younger, cheaper option.
22

Packers
via LV
Treylon BurksWRArkansas
Aaron Rodgers may hold out again if GB doesn't use their first round pick on bringing in a WR. Burks is the best available here.
23

Cardinals
Trent McDuffieCBWashington
Cardinals definitely need help at the CB position especially considering the WR talent in the division.
24

Cowboys
Zion JohnsonGBoston College
With the top WR talent already off the board Cowboys will settle for the best OL available.
25

Bills
Andrew Booth Jr.CBClemson
Their season ending the way it did, you'd expect the Bills to do whatever they can to slow down the potent passing offenses at the top of the AFC.
26

Titans
Desmond RidderQBCincinnatti
The Titans aren't sold on Tannehill long term and Ridder would be there move to build for the future.
27

Buccaneers
Jahan DotsonWRPenn State
Tom Brady came back to win another ring and with no Antonio Brown he's going to someone to replace him. Plus Bucs have a history of success with Penn State WRs.
28

Packers
George KarlaftisEDGEPurdue
You can never have too many pass rushers and it's easy to see Karlaftis becoming a fan favorite.
29

Chiefs
via 49ers via MIA
Christian WatsonWRNDSU
Cheifs are desperate to fill the production hole left by Tyreek Hill and will look to go best WR available.
30

Chiefs
Devonte WyattDTGeorgia
Wyatt has off the field issues, however the Chiefs have shown a willingness to deal with that in the past. He could be an impact player for their defense day one.
31

Bengals
Kaiir ElamCBFlorida
Elam's Father and Uncle both played in the league and the Bengals would be smart to continue to add to their secondary.
32

Lions
via LAR
Nakobe DeanLBGeorgia
The Lions are thin at LB and a real football guy like Dan Campbell will be rock hard if he can get dean at 32.

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Sean Green is co-host of The Sports Gambling Podcast. When he isn't giving out his free NFL picks, he works as a stand up comedian, writer and producer. He's currently the head writer and supervising producer on "Ridiculousness" but has also written for Crashletes (Nickelodeon), SFTHF (Full Screen) and Guy Code (MTV Digital). Sean also hosts his own late night sports talk show "Sean's Sports Show".

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