The past three draft classes have featured an average of four quarterbacks selected in the first round — at this point, I’ll be stunned if we even approach that number in the 2022 NFL Draft.
So let’s see how Round 1 would play out if we get a lower-than-normal number of first-round passers and the quarterbacks picked experience a noticeable fall on draft night.
Let’s get to all 32 picks.
The draft order below was determined using SportsLine’s Super Bowl odds but in reverse order. We know folks are going to be very angry about why we have their team picking so high but it’s not our fault. These are your team’s current odds of winning a Lombardi Trophy.