Go ahead, sharpen your pitchforks and come after me. I am not the type to ever advocate for drafting a running back in the first round, but the Buffalo Bills and Breece Hall would be terrifying together. Hall has a bellcow frame and is a willing blocker that also goes out on routes from time-to-time. A multi-dimensional running back might be the final piece of the offensive puzzle in Buffalo.
The Titans traded their second-round pick in a trade that brought Julio Jones to Nashville last offseason, but that obviously did not pan out. They’re trying again this year, as Robert Woods came over from the Rams to slot in next to AJ Brown. As last year made clear, you can never have too many receivers. Jahan Dotson is the perfect third fiddle, and gives the team another young guy capable of adding a new wrinkle to the playbook.
The Buccaneers lost Alex Cappa to the Bengals this offseason, as well as Ali Marpet which created a void at both guard spots. Since then, Shaq Mason reunited with his former quarterback, Tom Brady, in Tampa. The other vacant guard spot can be filled by Kenyon Green, and is in this 2022 NFL Mock Draft. Green has experience all over the line but is best served on the interior, where he can provide starter reps for this win-now team.
Billy Turner no longer resides in Green Bay, leaving many to wonder exactly who will start at right tackle in 2022. Elgton Jenkins is a great player, but is on the mend from an ACL tear. Regardless of whether he plays this season, the Packers need more bodies in the trenches. Tulsa offensive lineman, Tyler Smith, can contribute immediately and then play wherever Jenkins doesn’t when the latter regains full health.