2022 NFL Mock Draft: Round 2, Pick 63 (Cincinnati Bengals)
Like I said earlier, it really is incredible that the Cincinnati Bengals made it to the Super Bowl with the offensive line they had. Before the season even began it was apparent that offensive line was going to be a need this offseason and that fact remains.
After taking a tackle from Central Michigan in the first round, the Bengals can move their attention to the interior of the line in the second round. He can play either guard or tackle, but his skill set translates better to guard. His run blocking ability should compliment the line well and give Cincinnati another piece in the transformation of this offensive line.
2022 NFL Mock Draft: Round 2, Pick 64 (Denver Broncos)
After trading away picks to the Seattle Seahawks for Russell Wilson, the Denver Broncos will have to wait until the final pick of the second round to make their first selection of the 2022 NFL Draft. The team could potentially lose as many as seven pieces from their linebacker room, including unrestricted free agents A.J. Johnson, Josey Jewell and Kenny Young, meaning two starters and a key backup.
Chad Muma could step in right away in Denver. He showed progression each season at Wyoming, being capped off by a 142-tackle season in 2021. He has ability to make plays anywhere on the field and in multiple different ways, thanks to three interceptions including two for touchdowns. With limited draft capital, this is a good way to make the picks they have count.