2022 NFL Draft: Las Vegas Raiders picking late in full first round mock
Picks No. 26 through 28
The Cincinnati Bengals are legit, and when all is said and done, they could be the ones who come out on top of the AFC North. Here, at pick No. 26, they change the narrative by going with a defensive player after taking Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase the last two drafts, adding Trent McDuffie from Washington to their secondary.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers seem to be one of the best teams in football once again, and we recently ranked them No. 1 on our power rankings. With pick No. 27, they continue to bolster the offensive line in front of the ageless Tom Brady, adding interior lineman Ikem Ekwonu from NC State.
The Detroit Lions have to do something about the quarterback position, and if Desmond Ridder is still available at pick No. 28, he would be an excellent get. Ridder can get the job done with his arm, and his legs, and as Jared Goff continues to struggle, the organization has to start looking elsewhere.