The offensive line in Washington took a hard hit when Brandon Scherff left in free agency. There’s options that could maybe suffice, but if the Commanders get the chance to take one of the better guards in this class they should do so.
Kenyon Green tested well at the Combine and his tape shows promise for a transition to the NFL. He’s been compared to Richie Incognito and should be a force up front, especially in the run game. Between Garrett Wilson in the first and Green here, Washington is putting the pieces in place for Carson Wentz to have success.
Before you continue reading, pause and try to think of a wide receiver on the Chicago Bears other than Darnell Mooney. Did you think of any? Did Byron Pringle or Equanimeous St. Brown come to mind? Maybe Dazz Newsome? That should be enough to illustrate the need for wide receivers in Chicago.
If the Bears want Justin Fields to be their quarterback they need to protect him and provide more weapons. They added offensive line earlier in the round and now get a weapon in this 2022 NFL Mock Draft.
While Fields and George Pickens didn’t overlap at Georgia, the recruiting process would have so there could be a bit of chemistry in the works. Pickens played in just four games in 2021, so his health will be a concern, but the talent is there.