2022 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

Draft order is based on current standings. 1. Detroit Lions – Malik Willis (QB/Liberty) Jared Goff has been abysmal for the Lions, ranking dead last among qualified quarterbacks in average depth of target despite having good protection. Quarterback has been a revolving door at this draft, but Willis has been steady this year as Sam…

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Is Tony La Russa Creating a Divide in Chicago?

The Chicago White Sox have become one of the most entertaining teams in baseball this season despite two of their young superstars spending extended time on the injured list, but there is some cause for concern this week following skipper Tony La Russa’s comments to the media regarding designated hitter Yermin Mercedes. In the ninth…

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The Way too Early 2022 NFL Mock Draft

Draft order is based on current betting odds from FanDuel. 1. Houston Texans – Sam Howell (QB/North Carolina) DeShaun Watson wants out of Houston and the Texans want him to stay. With both sides digging their heels in, someone has to budge and I think it will eventually be the Texans, especially if they land…

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2021 NFL Mock Draft – Final Edition

1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Trevor Lawrence (QB/Clemson) At this point, there’s really no need to get into the details. Lawrence is going to be the pick barring some sort of apocalyptic event between now and draft time. 2. New York Jets – Zach Wilson (QB/BYU) Like Jacksonville with the top pick, there really isn’t a…

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Throw Efficiency Grade: Trevor Lawrence

The Trevor Lawrence evaluation is a tricky one. At first glance, it should be a cut-and-dry evaluation. He’s been the consensus No. 1 overall pick since his freshman year at Clemson. Analysts have crowned him as a “generational” talent; best quarterback prospect since (insert Hall of Fame quarterback here). But when digging into the film,…

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Throw Efficiency Grade: Zach Wilson

After an outstanding 2020 campaign, Zach Wilson is this year’s draft riser. Whether it’s his tantalizing arm talent or it’s Trevor Lawrence burnout, he became a favorite player of the draft community — but is the hype warranted or is it lacking substance? Wilson possesses above-average athleticism that may not have him breaking any rushing…

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Throw Efficiency Grade: Mac Jones

I worked through Mac Jones’ film before the media hype started rolling about his top 10 projection. I expected to be underwhelmed and expected a game manager on a super team. I didn’t want to waste the time it took to chart him. But the more I watched, the more I liked. I was pleasantly…

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Throw Efficiency Grade: Trey Lance

North Dakota State quarterback Trey Lance is a player with great physical tools and strong tape, but his level of competition and overall inexperience at the position make his projection to the NFL a difficult one. With only 318 pass attempts in a run-heavy scheme, Lance will need to prove he’s capable of handling a…

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Throw Efficiency Grade: Justin Fields

Justin Fields feels like a create-a-player with his sturdy frame, top-tier arm strength and 4.4 speed. Physically, there’s a ton to love about the player — who has one of the highest ceilings of any player in the draft — but the best trait about his game is far and away his ultra-competitive play on…

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