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2022 NFL Power Rankings & Offseason Grades

Matt Brandon May 5th 6:14 PM EDT.

The entire landscape of the NFL has changed drastically this offseason, perhaps more so than any other year in recent memory. The dust has settled after the 2022 NFL Draft and the first two tiers of free-agent acquisitions. Superstar quarterbacks were traded, big-time playmaking receivers signed with new franchises, and of course, the NFL Draft occurred last weekend. Yes, rosters will still slightly be tweaked but we can now evaluate how each franchise did heading into the 2022 NFL season. So which teams made moves that will help them become contenders and which teams tanked the draft and are moving in the wrong direction? Let’s dive in and break it all down.

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NFL Power Rankings

1. Kansas City Chiefs Offseason Grade: B+

The Chiefs won’t be the same without Tyreek Hill. That said, they did everything they could to help replace the void by signing JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling before adding Skyy Moore in the draft. The offense will be just fine with Patrick Mahomes under center and Travis Kelce still performing as the best tight end in the league. More importantly, the Chiefs addressed the defense with two excellent picks to offset the loss of Tyron Mathieu. Trading up to get Trent McDuffie was exactly what this team needed before selecting a talented edge rusher in George Karlafitis with the 30th pick of the draft. Adding safety Bryan Cook on Day 2 of the draft was also a huge win for a franchise that lacked the defensive skills to cover the top receivers in the game. McDuffie was the second-best cover corner in this year’s class so a trip to the Super Bowl is very much in the cards for Andy Reids’s squad heading into 2022.

2. Buffalo Bills Offseason Grade: A-

The Bills did an excellent job at keeping their core group of elite players while beefing up their depth in the draft. Although they already have shut-down cornerback Tre’Davious White, they had not added another cornerback since the Packers sniped them in last year’s draft when they selected Eric Stokes. This time around, the Bills got their man, Kaiir Elam, with the No. 23 pick. Elam’s quickness and eagerness to learn will be a positive influence on what was already one of the best defenses in the NFL last year. The Bills should be considered co-favorites to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl this season, especially after snagging running back James Cook in the second round. The Bills will always be a pass-first team with Josh Allen under center and Stefon Diggs on the outside but Buffalo may have finally found a true three-down running back. Devin Singletary and Zach Moss were decent but I have a feeling that Cook will turn out to be a massive upgrade. This will make Buffalo much more difficult to predict on offense.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Offseason Grade: B+

The Bucs were elated when Tom Brady unretired just before the free agency tsunami began. The Bucs were able to retain most of their elite talent, though they did lose Rob Gronkowski, Jason Pierre-Paul, Ndamukong Suh, and several offensive linemen. General Manager Jason Licht did a great job at filling the holes on the roster to make sure Brady has another legitimate shot at the Lombardi Trophy this season. Despite trading out of the first round, Tampa Bay was able to land DE Logan Hall with the first pick of the second round. They also replaced Gronk with the selection of Cade Otton, who will join Chris Godwin and Mike Evans as one of Brady’s targets in the passing game. Although the Bucs may not be quite as good as they were last season, they are still very much one of the favorites to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl in 2022.

4. Green Bay Packers Offseason Grade: B

The Packers were able to retain Aaron Rodgers. The only problem is that Davante Adams finally decided to move on, splitting up the top quarterback-wide receiver tandem in the NFL. Though many thought that the Packers would select a wide receiver with one of their two first-round picks (myself included), they instead opted to shore up the front seven on defense by adding two former Georgia Bulldogs in LB Quay Walker and DT Devonta Wyatt. Green Bay did add a wideout in the second round, Christian Watson, who could be Aaron Rodgers’ new favorite shiny target. The loss of Adams is a massive blow but the Packers are still the best team in the NFC North. With Rodgers under center and Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon in the backfield, the Packers should still be one of the top teams in the NFC.

5. Los Angeles Rams Offseason Grade: B

The reigning Super Bowl champs lost several key players in free agency including Robert Woods, Von Miller, Andrew Whitworth, and Odell Beckham Jr.’s status remains a bit of a mystery. That said, the Rams signed Allen Robinson, who should have a massive bounce-back year with the best quarterback he has ever played with in Matthew Stafford. They also added Bobby Wagner who will be a critical voice both on and off the field due to his leadership skills and championship experience. The Rams didn’t have any early draft picks but they still picked up some players who will provide some much-needed depth, particularly in the defensive backfield (two cornerbacks and two safeties). With Sean McVay on the sidelines and Stafford and Cooper Kupp still leading the offense, the Rams have to be on the Super Bowl contender shortlist. 

6. Los Angeles Chargers Offseason Grade: A-

The Chargers didn’t even make the postseason last year after a heartbreaking loss to the Las Vegas Raiders in the final game of the regular season. However, don’t sleep on this Chargers squad led by quarterback Justin Herbert. Herbert has the skills to lead this team to the promised land, especially since Los Angeles was able to keep the offense intact with Austin Ekeler in the backfield, and Keenan Allen and Mike Williams at the wide receiver position. This offseason, the Chargers improved the offensive line by adding Zion Johnson in the first round. Adding JT Woods at safety and two late-round cornerbacks will be pivotal as teams in the AFC West need all the help they can get considering the elite talent at the quarterback position in the division. The Chargers also landed Khalil Mack to play with Joey Bosa, which really upgrades the pressure this team can put on opposing quarterbacks. Not to mention, they acquired J.C. Jackson who will bring his experience to Los Angeles and can really help this defense get to the next level for Brandon Staley. The Chargers are poised for a deep playoff run barring significant injuries.

7. San Francisco 49ers Offseason Grade: B-

The Niners still have a quarterback controversy with Trey Lance and Jimmy Garoppolo at the quarterback position. I expected the Niners to trade one of them away but it appears Kyle Shanahan is happy with his two signal-callers. In fact, the Niners added a third quarterback very late in the draft in Brock Purdy out of Iowa State. Purdy should challenge Lance and Jimmy G to up their games if either wants to be the starter for this very potent offense. The biggest surprise was that San Francisco didn’t trade Deebo Samuel despite his very public request. With Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk, and tight end George Kittle, the Niners still have one of the best pass-catching units in the NFL. Adding Chardavious Ward was a critical move for a team that really struggled in pass coverage. The Niners didn’t have a very good draft but that’s because this team is already very deep. It will be interesting to see how the Deebo saga plays out as we gear up for the preseason.

8. Cincinnati Bengals Offseason Grade: B+

The Bengals have a ton of confidence heading into 2022 despite coming up a field goal short in the Super Bowl. The Bengals are a young team led by a young coach in Zac Taylor. Last postseason provided the franchise with the experience needed to make another Super Bowl run with Joe Burrow under center, Joe Mixon in the backfield, and Ja’Marr Chase and Tee Higgins at the wide receiver position. They did lose C.J. Uzomah in free agency but added Hayden Hurst as a one-year replacement. Hurst isn’t the long-term answer but the Bengals did not address the position in the draft. Instead, they added some elite talent on the defensive side of the ball, including DB Daxton Hill. The Bengals could be even better than they were last year but it will be very difficult to get back to the Super Bowl in the AFC when they will likely have to go through Kansas City or Buffalo. Still, Burrow proved that they weren’t a one-year wonder. This team is going to be very good for a very long time with all the talent they have at the most crucial skill positions.

9. Dallas Cowboys Offseason Grade: C+

The Cowboys moved on from Amari Cooper which is something they had to do but probably weren’t too happy about. That said, Dak Prescott still has Ezekiel Elliott in the backfield and CeeDee Lamb, Michael Gallup, and Dalton Schultz in his arsenal of weapons. The offense will be just fine, especially after adding Tulsa OT Tyron Smith in the first round of the draft. The Cowboys are at their best when the offensive line is elite. They also added another wide receiver in Jalen Tolbert and DE Sam Williams could help replace some of the losses they had in the trenches due to free agency. Dallas is still the top team in the NFC East but the Philadelphia Eagles definitely closed the gap substantially. It will be interesting to see if the Cowboys can hold off the Eagles for another season. A healthy Javon Kinlaw should help them remain on top in the division and the addition of Charvarius Ward was a key move to upgrade the cornerback position. 

10. Baltimore Ravens Offseason Grade: B

The Ravens traded away their best receiver in Marquise Hollywood Brown but the team should still improve in 2022 simply due to health. Baltimore’s roster was hit with so many injuries last season. Lamar Jackson will be ready to go as will J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards in the backfield. The AFC North is always a difficult division but they could win it, especially after a noteworthy draft in which they upgraded the defense with safety Kyle Hamilton in the first round and shored up the offensive line by selecting C Tyler Linderbaum. Ronnie Stanley will be healthy heading into 2022 so the only concern is the weapons that Jackson has at his disposal. Mark Andrews will continue to be the go-to target but without Hollywood Brown, the Ravens will continue to employ a run-dominant offense. 

11. Cleveland Browns Offseason Grade: A-

The Browns won the Deshaun Watson sweepstakes and scored a major upgrade at the quarterback position. Baker Mayfield simply wasn’t getting it done. The AFC North is one of the most competitive divisions in the NFL but the Browns have a shot at the postseason with Watson under center and Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt providing perhaps the best one-two punch in the backfield. Cleveland’s defense led by Myles Garrett is the perfect complement to Watson’s offense. Adding DT Perrion Winfrey is going to make this defense even more difficult to beat. The Browns added three players from Oklahoma in the draft so the locker room should have decent rapport despite the 22 civil suits that Watson is still facing. And getting Amari Cooper was a major score for a team that has struggled to find chemistry in the passing game.

12. Arizona Cardinals Offseason Grade: A

Not only did the Cardinals allow Kliff Kingsbury to keep his head coaching gig but the team made some excellent moves this offseason and in the draft. With DeAndre Hopkins suspended for the first six games of the season, the Cardinals traded their first-round draft pick to the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for Marquise Brown. Hollywood had a tremendous season in 2021 and should have great chemistry with former college teammate Kyler Murray. Arizona also was fortunate in the second round as the top tight end on the board fell right in their laps. Trey McBridge out of Colorado State is the tight end of the future for the Cardinals. Arizona re-signed Zach Ertz, who will mentor McBride. The Cards also re-signed James Conner who performed as one of the most consistent running backs in the league last season. They did add Keontay Graham out of USC late in the draft who could serve as a change-of-pace back for the team and give Conner a breather when needed. And although they lost Chandler Jones in free agency, the team addressed the hole by selecting DE Cameron Thomas out of San Diego State with the 87th pick. Thomas could slot in as a Day-1 starter but he will need time to figure things out at the NFL level. Overall, Arizona improved immensely and should compete in the tough NFC West. 

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13. Denver Broncos Offseason Grade: A+

Instead of Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock, the Broncos now have Russell Wilson under center. Wilson should be able to help Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy improve. Plus, Javonte Williams looked like the real deal in the Broncos’ backfield last year. He will be even better in 2022 as defenses can no longer stack the box and must respect the Broncos’ passing game. Denver also addressed the defense by selecting DE Nik Bonitto in a pick they acquired from trading Von Miller last season. It’s still an uphill battle with the Chiefs and Chargers in the same division but Denver could be a Wild Card team if they play to their potential.

14. Tennessee Titans Offseason Grade: B

The Titans opted to trade standout wideout, A.J. Brown, to the Eagles rather than paying Ryan Tannehill’s top target. They selected Brown’s replacement, Treylon Burks, in the first round and added perhaps the best quarterback in this year’s draft class in Malik Willis. The Titans know that the offense will continue to go through Derrick Henry. Henry has been one of the best running backs over the past few years but injuries plagued him last season. Adding RB Hassan Haskins in the draft was a smart move. The Titans can’t overwork Henry or they will have no hope against the better teams in the league. Tennessee also added TE Chigoziem Okonkwo, a player at a position of immense need ever since Jonnu Smith departed two years ago. They also selected late-round wide receiver, Kyle Phillips, who will remind Titan fans of former slot receiver Adam Humphries. The Titans are still a run-first offense but if Burks is as good as management seems to think, the Titans should remain the team to beat in the division. Losing Brown will hurt but getting Tannehill’s future replacement in Willis was a major win for a franchise that knows Tannehill may never have the skill set to get them to the promised land. Unlike Tannehill, Willis is extremely mobile. He’s definitely a project but he could be the starting quarterback by as early as the 2023 season. And the Titans are still the team to beat in the AFC South even with the aging Tannehill.

15. Indianapolis Colts Offseason Grade: C+

The Colts were frustrated by Carson Wentz’s late-season struggles that caused them to miss the playoffs despite Jonathan Taylor’s absolutely tremendous season. They brought in Matt Ryan, a veteran quarterback who still may have enough in the tank to lead Indy to the playoffs. The Colts didn’t have the best draft but with Taylor in the backfield and Michael Pittman Jr. serving as the team’s go-to receiver, the offense shouldn’t have too much trouble moving the chains and putting points on the board. To help out Matt Ryan, the Colts selected WR Alec Pierce and TE Jelani Woods with their first two picks of the 2022 NFL Draft. They also shored up their offensive line and could surpass the Tennessee Titans in the NFC South if all the pieces come together in a cohesive way. That’s a big if but the Colts are definitely contenders in the division. Eventually, they will need to find a franchise quarterback as Matty Ice doesn’t have too many years left in which he can play at a high level. We’ve already seen father time begin to creep up on him.

16. Miami Dolphins Offseason Grade: A-

The Dolphins had minimal picks in this year’s draft after making moves to acquire Jaylen Waddle last year and Tyreek Hill this offseason. Tua Tagovailoa has absolutely no excuses this year with Hill and Waddle lining up on the outside. They also added Cedrick Wilson who will serve as the WR3 and Chase Edmonds, one of the best pass-catching running backs in the league. The additions of Connor Williams and Terron Armstead should also give Tua more time in the pocket to find Hill on deep routes or Waddle on long slants. The defense still is highly questionable but this offense could finally reach the next level as Tagoviloa enter his third year in the pros.

17. Philadelphia Eagles Offseason Grade: A+

The Eagles made a major trade on Day 1 of the draft by acquiring A.J. Brown to complement DeVonta Smith to help out quarterback Jalen Hurts as he enters his third season. Dallas Goedert is still a great weapon at the tight end position and a healthy Miles Sanders could make this Philly offense very difficult to stop. Philadelphia also nailed their first-round selection by drafting Jordan Davis out of Georgia. Fletcher Cox is likely gone after this season so the Eagles finally prepared for life without him by selecting his successor. The Eagles additionally beefed up the offensive line with C Cam Jurgen out of Nebraska and took a chance on Nakobe Dean who slipped to the 83rd pick of the draft when Philly pulled the trigger. The front seven on the defensive side of the ball could be very good this year, particularly after adding free agents Hasson Reddick and Kyzir White. The NFC East is still the Cowboys’ division to lose but if Jalen Hurts takes the third-year steps forward that many quarterbacks make, Philly could earn a Wild Card spot in the NFC. They still need a better secondary but they may be able to get away with a weak one given the improvements they made on the rest of the roster.

18. Pittsburgh Steelers Offseason Grade: A-

Ben Roethlisberger has finally hung up his cleats so the Steelers got their guy with the 20th pick in the draft, Kenny Pickett. Pickett will start his rookie year and has plenty of talent around him to potentially make the postseason. Najee Harris should only get better after a remarkable rookie year and Pittsburgh added Kenny Pickens to add to an already strong receiver room with Diontae Johnson and Chase Claypool. Pittsburgh also did a fine job filling the holes in the trenches on both sides of the ball. If Pickett is as good as the Steelers think he is, Pittsburgh could make another trip to the postseason in 2022. Considering how difficult it is to move on from a veteran quarterback that the offense was built around, General Manager Kevin Colbert deserves praise for the way he handled the transition.

19. Las Vegas Raiders Offseason Grade: B+

The Raiders landed arguably the most talented wide receiver in the game in Davanate Adams without losing superstar tight end Darren Waller. Adams was worth the draft capital that Vegas spent on him. Derek Carr has more weapons at his disposal than ever before. The Raiders focused on the offensive and defensive line in the draft which was smart but it will be very difficult for this team to make another postseason appearance playing in the toughest division in the NFL. 

20. New England Patriots Offseason Grade: C-

The Patriots didn’t do much to help Mac Jones as he gears up for his second season. Yes, they added wideout DeVante Parker but he’s a very limited upgrade over the other receivers on the roster. Not only did the Patriots lose Chase Winovich, Dont’a Hightower, and J.C. Jackson, but they didn’t find replacements for them in free agency or the draft. Not to mention, Jones no longer has Josh McDaniels in his ear. New England is in for a disappointing 2022 campaign.

21. New Orleans Saints Offseason Grade: B-

The Saints did not elect to take a quarterback in this draft and instead will hope that Jameis Winston can keep the team in contention with Michael Thomas ready to rock and roll, Alvin Kamara in the backfield, and rookie receiver Chris Olave out of Ohio State. The Saints’ offense could be great, especially after adding OT Trevor Penning with their second pick in the first round. Considering the cap space issues, Dennis Allen will ride with essentially the same defensive unit as last season, led by pass rusher Cameron Jordan. It’s a new era in New Orleans without Drew Brees and Sean Payton but this team has future potential once they find the long-term solution at the quarterback position.

22. Minnesota Vikings Offseason Grade: B+

The Vikings are another team that is entering a new era with coach Kevin O’Connell and General Manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah. The offense should still be quite good with Kirk Cousins, Dalvin Cook, Adam Thielen, and Justin Jefferson. Plus, they should get Irv Smith Jr. back this year to fill the void at the tight end position. The defense is set to have five new starters with Harrison Phillips, Za’Darius Smith, and Jordan Hicks in the front seven with rookie defensive backs Andrew Booth Jr. and Lewis Cine. The Vikings were a very up-and-down team last year and if they can remain consistent in 2022, perhaps they can close the gap between them and the Green Bay Packers in the NFC North. Still, there is no way they are winning the division so they will need to hope for one of those Wild Card spots.

​​23. Washington Commanders Offseason Grade: C

The Commanders upgraded at the quarterback position though some may disagree. The Commanders landed Carson Wentz and are hopeful that they will witness a career resurgence, especially after adding Jahan Dotson in the draft. The Commanders already have Terry McLaurin so Dotson should help create more space for “Scary Terry.” They did add Sam Howell in the middle of the draft who could be the future of the franchise at the quarterback position but that’s a big if. Washington went from having one of the best defenses in the league to one of the worst last year, in large part due to injuries. They didn’t do much to improve the defense so if health wasn’t the problem, they could be in for a very long season.

24. Seattle Seahawks Offseason Grade: C-

Instead of addressing the quarterback position after trading Russell Wilson to the Broncos, the Seahawks will let Drew Lock and Geno Smith battle it out for the starting gig. No matter who wins, the eventual starter is not going to be a very inspiring leader. The signing of Noah Fant is certainly helpful but it’s difficult to envision a strong passing game even with DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. Seattle opted for offensive lineman Charles Cross with the No. 9 pick and OT Abraham Lucas with the No. 72 pick. In between those selections, they snagged RB Kenneth Walker with the 41st pick as they attempt to get back to the run-heavy offense that Pete Carrol likes to employ. However, the defense is a complete mess and they didn’t do nearly enough to address their pass-rushing and coverage needs. The Seahawks are destined to finish dead last in the competitive NFC West. Without Russell Wilson, this offense is going to look a whole lot more stagnant.

25. New York Jets Offseason Grade: A-

General Manager Joe Douglas deserves a lot of credit for making the right moves as the Jets enter the second year of their rebuild with Robert Saleh as the head coach and Zach Wilson at quarterback. The Jets snagged the top wide receiver in the draft, Garrett Wilson, with the No. 10 pick and got a steal with Breece Hall, the top running back in this year’s class in the second round. But their best pick was Ahmad Gardner with the No. 4 pick. He may be the best cornerback the Jets have had since Darrelle Revis. The Jets also addressed the defense and moved up to get a third first-round pick which they used on DE Jermaine Johnson III. During free agency, they also added D.J. Reed and Jordan Whitehead. The Jets still have a long way to go but their patience and smart decision-making this offseason have set them up for the future. It all comes down to Zach Wilson and how much he can improve in his second season in the NFL.

26. New York Giants Offseason Grade: B+

The G-Men had a very good draft and although their two first-round picks were a bit boring, they were absolutely the right picks. The Giants are at their best when they have elite pass rushers and when their offensive line is a strength rather than a liability. With Brian Daboll taking over for Joe Judge as head coach, the Giants made sure to add Evan Neal who will replace Nate Soldier at right tackle. The Giants were smart enough to decline Daniel Jones’ fifth-year option which means this is a make-or-break season for the fourth-year quarterback. With Saquon Barkley in the backfield and a revamped offensive line, Jones has no excuse to fail this season, especially considering how much Daboll helped Josh Allen improve. Adding Kayvon Thibodeaux as the premier pass rusher to line up alongside Leonard Williams could result in a defensive resurgence under new Defensive Coordinator Wink Martindale. The G-Men have a long way to go but they are clearly better off with Joe Schoen calling the shots as the new General Manager. 

27. Chicago Bears Offseason Grade: B

The Bears had a decent draft but they didn’t do a ton to help Justin Fields as he enters his second year in the NFL. Chicago lost Allen Robinson and is hoping Velus Jones (No. 71 pick) will fill the hole at the wide receiver position. The Bears also moved on from Khalil Mack and despite the stockpile of picks they had in this draft, the Bears’ rebuild is going to take a few more years. They have absolutely no shot at a postseason appearance in 2022.

28. Atlanta Falcons Offseason Grade: B-

It’s the end of an era for Atlanta with Matt Ryan now in Indianapolis. The Falcons selected rookie quarterback Desmond Ridder who will battle Marcus Mariota for the starting gig. Whoever wins the job is a much better fit than Ryan was in Arthur Smith’s offense. However, it’s hard to envision a reliable offense considering that the Falcons didn’t just lose Ryan but they also will be playing without superstar wide receiver Calvin Ridley. Atlanta drafted Drake London with the No. 8 pick whom they hope can serve as the WR1 in this offense, especially since they also lost the reliable Russell Gage. The Falcons added some rookies on the defensive side of the ball but until they can consistently pressure opposing quarterbacks, this defense will remain a liability. Cordarelle Patterson will need to have an even better year than last season if the Falcons want to come close to competing for a playoff spot. Even if he somehow outproduces his 2021 stats, the Falcons have no chance at making a run in 2022. 

29. Carolina Panthers Offseason Grade: B-

The Panthers' first mistake of the offseason was hiring Ben McAdoo as their head coach. I’m anticipating a trainwreck of a season. Carolina selected rookie Matt Corral who will challenge Sam Darnold for the starting quarterback gig. Darnold will likely start the season but I wouldn’t be surprised if Corral finished it once they are eliminated from the postseason. The Panthers did upgrade their offensive line in a meaningful way by adding OT Ickey Ekwonu with the No. 6 pick but Carolina is wasting valuable years while Christian McCaffrey and D.J. Moore are still in their primes. Without a trustworthy quarterback, things could get ugly for a Carolina team that has a decent defense but nothing to write home about.

30. Jacksonville Jaguars Offseason Grade: B+

The Jags had a very solid draft and were smart enough to move on from Urban Meyer by replacing him with Doug Pederson. The front office is hoping Pederson will have more success with former No. 1 pick Trevor Lawrence as he gears up for Year 2 in the pros. Jacksonville overspent at the wide receiver position but at least Lawrence now has some decent weapons, including Marvin Jones, Zay Jones, and Christian Kirk. They also signed Evan Engram who should surpass Dan Arnold on the depth chart at the tight end position. That said, James Robinson is going to see plenty of touches in the backfield and the offensive line has definitely improved. While the Jaguars were awful on offense last season, they were even worse on defense. With four new starters on that side of the ball, including No. 1 pick Travon Walker, the Jags are moving in the right direction. That doesn’t mean that they don’t still have a ton of work to do.

31. Detroit Lions Offseason Grade: B

The Lions had another strong draft but as long as Jared Goff is the quarterback, it’s tough to see a way for this team to make significant strides. With the second pick of the draft, Detroit selected DE Aiden Hutchinson. He will help the Lions become a better pass-rushing team and he can stuff running plays on the outside. The Lions additionally moved up in the first round and selected Jameson Williams, a true top-tier wide receiver out of Alabama. With D’Andre Swift in the backfield and Williams and Amon-Ra St. Brown at wide receiver and T.J. Hockenson as the tight end, Goff has some weapons to actually utilize in 2022. I actually think Detroit was smart to avoid the quarterback position in the draft given that this year’s prospects were incredibly weak at the most important position in football. Eventually, the Lions will need to address the quarterback position, though there are still some holes to be filled on defense as well.

32. Houston Texans Offseason Grade: C+

The Texans seem to think that Davis Mills could be the franchise quarterback and he’ll get another chance to prove himself now that Deshaun Watson is in Cleveland. However, how do you properly evaluate Mills when Brandin Cooks is the only legitimate weapon at the wide receiver position. The Texans also may have reached when the took CB Derek Stingley Jr. with the No. 3 pick in the draft. Lovie Smith has a massive task ahead of him in reshaping this team. They have the least talented roster in the NFL.

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