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2022 NFL Mock Draft November 11

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The 2021 football season is about to be underway. It is never too early to look ahead to the draft. Here is the 2022 NFL Mock Draft November 11.

1. Detroit Lions- Kavon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon Ducks

The Lions might be looking for a quarterback of the future, but there really aren’t many options. Thibodeaux is the best player in the class and can really help their defense, while they build the roster under Dan Campbell.

2. Houston Texans- Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss

Davis Mills isn’t the answer at quarterback. Matt Corral has played extremely well this season and has plenty of arm talent. If the Texans wish to take a signal-caller, Corral could be the guy, even if the quarterback class is underwhelming.

3. Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA)- Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame

Hamilton is a do-it-all safety that can instantly help an NFL defense. The Eagles have several first-round picks and need to take the best player available to build out the roster.

4. New York Jets- Derek Stingley Jr., CB, New York Jets

One area the Jets really need to improve is their secondary. The corners are not great, but luckily Derek Stingley is a very talented cover man out of LSU. He will have to recover from a foot injury, but he is very naturally gifted.

5. Jacksonville Jaguars- Evan Neal, OT, Alabama

The Jaguars need to make sure that Trevor Lawrence is protected for the next several years. Neal is big and has crazy movement skills for a player of his size.

6. Washington Football Team- Malik Willis, QB, Liberty

Washington still needs a quarterback of the future. Willis has a long way to go in terms of reading defenses and making better decisions, but he has great athleticism and arm strength.

7. Philadelphia Eagles- Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan 

Some members of the Eagles’ defensive line are aging. Hutchinson is good vs. the run and the pass.

8. New York Giants- Jordan Davis, DL, Georgia

Whether New York would be any better this season if they were healthy is up for question. They likely won’t give up on Daniel Jones and will look elsewhere with their first-round pick. Davis is the most disruptive player in college football and could create a great defensive line with Leonard Williams and Dexter Lawrence.

9. New York Giants (via CHI)- Tyler Linderbaum, OG/C, Iowa

With the Giants likely keeping Daniel Jones, they need to get better interior offensive linemen. Linderbaum is undersized, but extremely solid at center.

10. Miami Dolphins (via SF)- Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

The Dolphins have failed to protect Tua Tagovailoa and need to get someone who can help immediately. Cross has plenty of experience pass blocking playing for Mike Leach.

11. New York Jets (via SEA)- George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue

The Jets have spent early picks on offense recently and need to keep adding to their talented defense. Karlaftis can help because he has the versatility to play inside or out.

12. Minnesota Vikings- Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

Minnesota signed Patrick Peterson at corner, but have also started Bashaud Breeland, who has not played well this season.

13. Carolina Panthers- Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina

Sam Darnold is not the answer at quarterback. The Panthers need to address the quarterback position in free agency or in the draft this offseason if they want to compete.

14. Philadelphia Eagles (via IND)- Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State

The Eagles should keep on providing Jalen Hurts with support after spending some earlier picks on defense. Wilson has great releases and creates separation. He could develop into a true WR1.

15. Denver Broncos- Carson Strong, QB, Nevada

The Broncos may have a new regime, who will want a new quarterback. Strong can make any throw asked of him and also protects the ball decently, which could entice the Broncos.

16. Cincinnati Bengals- Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati

Eli Apple is currently starting for the Bengals. They need to get a better corner to go across from Chidobe Awuzie.

17. Cleveland Browns- Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

Now that Odell Beckham Jr. is gone, the Browns can get Baker Mayfield more help on the outside. Burks is a premier athlete with solid size.

18. Kansas City Chiefs- Demarvin Leal, DL, Texas A&M

Kansas City has to improve their defense, as too much pressure is being out on the Chiefs’ offense. Leal can play multiple positions along the defensive line and could help pressure opposing quarterbacks.

19. Atlanta Falcons- Drake Jackson, EDGE, USC

The Falcons still need more help on defense if they are to become more competitive. Jackson can help the Falcons get after the quarterback much better next season.

20. New England Patriots- Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State

At some point, the Patriots have to get Mac Jones weapons. Olave has good speed and is a solid route-runner.

21. New Orleans Saints- Drake London, WR, USC

Michael Thomas still hasn’t played for the Saints this season and even if he returns, they need help at wide receiver. London will have to recover from an injury, but won a lot of contested catches when healthy.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers- Kenyon Green, OG/C, Texas A&M

The Steelers neglected to really improve their offensive line this offseason. They are playing decently well right now, but need reinforcements.

23. Las Vegas Raiders- Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida

The Raiders have missed on plenty of corners in the first round, which leaves them in need of another one across from Casey Hayward.

24. Dallas Cowboys- Daxton Hill, S, Michigan

With Trevon Diggs and Anthony Brown playing decently, the Cowboys just need better safety play behind them.

25. Buffalo Bills- Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M

Buffalo has a roster rich with talent. One area they could really improve is at running back. Zack Moss and Devin Singletary have failed to overly impress.

26. Los Angeles Chargers- Darian Kinnard, OT, Kentucky

Los Angeles has a solid left side of the line, but still has some holes on the right side.

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington

Tampa Bay has had so many injuries to their secondary that they may want to draft a corner in the first round with not too many needs on the roster.

28. Detroit Lions (via LAR)- David Bell, WR, Purdue 

The Lions have one of the worst wide receiver rooms in the league. Bell has been producing, especially in big games this season.

29. Baltimore Ravens- Ikem Ekwonu, OT, NC State

Baltimore has had plenty of injuries along their offensive line and need to get help there anyways.

30. Green Bay Packers- Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

D’Vondre Campbell is playing well, but the Packers need another inside linebacker to go with him.

31. Tennessee Titans- Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia

Tennessee does not have talented linebackers in the middle of their defense. Dean plays fast and could help right away.

32. Arizona Cardinals- Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn

Arizona doesn’t have many needs, but could get a corner to develop across from Byron Murphy.

 

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