The Buffalo Bills lost their starting right tackle this offseason and while they could look to slide Cody Ford over from guard, the signing of Rodger Saffold to take his spot at guard doesn’t exactly bode well for Ford’s future. If Buffalo truly is looking for options on the line, this could be a good spot to grab competition in this 2022 NFL Mock Draft with upside.
Sean Rhyan didn’t have the best Combine, which could hurt his stock, but he does have three years of left tackle experience at UCLA. His skill set could allow him to be either a guard or a tackle in the NFL, giving Buffalo versatility up front. He will have to clean some things up, especially false starts, but there’s a lot of potential here.
The Atlanta Falcons offense is in shambles. Kyle Pitts had an average rookie season, but not what the hype was expecting. Calvin Ridley is suspended. Russell Gage left in free agency to division rival Tampa Bay. Cordarrelle Patterson looked promising, but was it a fluke? Now, Marcus Mariota is coming in as a bridge quarterback.
If Atlanta wants to have any sort of offensive success, they are going to need to add weapons. Pitts alone isn’t going to cut it. Skyy Moore comes from Western Michigan where he put up over 1,300 all-purpose yards and scored 10 times in 2021.
Now, Moore won’t be a deep threat, but would provide a solid check down option or slot receiver in Atlanta. With his catching ability, Moore could become a young quarterback’s best friend as a security blanket underneath.