NFL: Predicting the week one starting quarterback for all 32 teams

NFL QB Jimmy Garoppolo #10 of the San Francisco 49ers (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
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Who will be the week one starting quarterback for every NFL team in 2022?

This offseason is sure to shake the NFL world when it comes to the quarterback room. The 2022 NFL Draft doesn’t have a sure-fire quarterback in this class, and that couldn’t have come at a worse time around the league, as multiple teams are rumored to be in the market for a new player under center.

The offseason isn’t even officially underway for all 32 teams yet and there’s already been moves that have changed the way this offseason will be viewed. Ben Roethlisberger officially announced his retirement, as expected, but the is far from the only quarterback hanging up his cleats this offseason.

One of the greatest players of all-time, in any sport, is done. Tom Brady ended an insanely successful career, leaving the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Pittsburgh Steelers in search of new eras. And that’s just two teams.

That doesn’t include the drama surrounding Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. That doesn’t eliminate the chance that Russell Wilson could be on the move from Seattle. There’s still the Deshaun Watson situation in Houston. Oh, and what does San Francisco do now given the success of the team with Jimmy Garoppolo this season?

Predicting the week one starter for every NFL team in 2022

This is just scratching the surface of everything that could come about this offseason. Coaching changes will shift perspective. The 2022 NFL Draft process will soon change things with the NFL Combine and Pro Days. However, as it currently stands what could week one of the 2022 NFL season look like at the quarterback position?

We still have many months to guess at what could be and new information throughout the offseason will make these predictions ever-changing. However, with the Super Bowl stage set there are now 30 teams with their eyes set on next season. What’s the plans for quarterbacks around the league?

Note: Order of teams will be alphabetical.