2022 NFL Schedules: All 32 Teams

2022 NFL Schedules By Teams. The schedules for all 32 franchises

Every team’s 2022 NFL schedule. The team-by-team schedules for all 32 franchises.

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2022 NFL Schedules By Teams

AFC East

Buffalo | Draft Analysis
Miami | Draft Analysis
New England | Draft Analysis
New York Jets | Draft Analysis  

AFC North

Baltimore | Draft Analysis
Cincinnati | Draft Analysis
Cleveland | Draft Analysis
Pittsburgh | Draft Analysis

AFC South

Houston | Draft Analysis
Indianapolis | Draft Analysis
Jacksonville | Draft Analysis
Tennessee | Draft Analysis

AFC West

Denver | Draft Analysis
Kansas City | Draft Analysis
Las Vegas | Draft Analysis
LA Chargers | Draft Analysis

NFC East

Dallas | Draft Analysis
NY Giants | Draft Analysis
Philadelphia | Draft Analysis
Washington | Draft Analysis

NFC North

Chicago | Draft Analysis
Detroit | Draft Analysis
Green Bay | Draft Analysis
Minnesota | Draft Analysis

NFC South

Atlanta | Draft Analysis
Carolina | Draft Analysis
New Orleans | Draft Analysis
Tampa Bay | Draft Analysis

NFC West

Arizona | Draft Analysis
LA Rams | Draft Analysis
San Francisco | Draft Analysis
Seattle | Draft Analysis

2022 College Football Schedules: All 131 Teams

2022 Arizona Cardinals Schedule: NEXT

2022 NFL Draft: Day 3 Needs, Picks For Each Team, Mock Draft Prospects

2022 NFL Draft: Day 3 needs for each team with mock draft possibilities

2022 NFL Draft: Team by team look at the possibilities for each remaining Day 3 pick for rounds 4, 5, 6, 7

2022 NFL Draft: Day 3 Needs For Each Team

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Traditionally and statistically, Day 3 of the NFL Draft is a total wasteland. You’re far, far better packaging your picks to move up into the top three rounds of a future draft – the odds of getting a consistently decent starter are shockingly small.

But every team thinks it can make magic out of the Day 3 mess of prospects, and it’s worth a shot to dumb-luck into a possible mainstay. What are the remaining needs that need to be filled for each team? Here are every team’s picks so far with the possibilities of who they could get.

Of course this all blows up once the trades start flying, but the idea is to give a rough snapshot of what each team might be able to do.

NFL Draft 2022: Atlanta Falcons Draft Analysis From The College Perspective

Atlanta Falcons NFL Draft 2022 needs, analysis, picks, and biggest reaches and values – from the college perspective

2022 NFL Draft: From the college perspective, Atlanta Falcons draft analysis, needs, picks, best value selection, and biggest reach

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NFL Draft 2022: Atlanta Falcons Draft Analysis

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2022 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings, Analysis
QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs | OTsOGs & Cs | DEs & Edge | DTs
LBs | Ss | CBs | 50 Greatest Value Draft Picks Ever
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3 Greatest Picks ACC | Big Ten | Big 12 | Pac-12 | SEC 

Scroll down for Atlanta’s 2022 draft slots, last year’s picks, and best values and biggest reaches

Kyle Pitts is already living up to the hype

The No. 4 overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft, Atlanta Falcons rookie tight end Kyle Pitts is already looking like a superstar

It’s easy to understand anyone who raised an eyebrow at a tight end going No. 4 overall in the 2021 NFL draft.

But to simply call Kyle Pitts a tight end would sell the Atlanta Falcons phenom short.

“Playmaker” or “offensive weapon” are more suitable for the rookie superstar, who is already making the kind of impact the Falcons were hoping for when they made him a top-five selection back in April.

His performance in Sunday’s last-second win over the Miami Dolphins was just the latest example of Pitts putting his rare skill set to good use. Pitts led the Falcons with seven receptions for a whopping 163 yards, averaging 23.3 yards per catch.

And he did it in style:

With Julio Jones gone, the Falcons were banking on Pitts being able to replace his impact on the offense. Those are huge shoes to fill, but Pitts is off to an incredible start.

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Why Falcons fans should be excited about A.J. Terrell

The Falcons landed a big, athletic cover man in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft with Clemson’s A.J. Terrell

The Atlanta Falcons made one of the most surprising picks in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, selecting former Clemson cornerback A.J. Terrell with the 16th overall selection.

Being a student-athlete at Clemson gave Terrell an opportunity to play against some of the best receivers in all of college football. In 2019 alone, Terrell was part of a Tigers secondary that was tasked with playing against talented offenses such as LSU, Alabama and Ohio State just to name a few. Despite the difficult nature of these tasks, Terrell was mostly impressive in those match-ups. Terrell concluded his Clemson career with 107 total tackles, 20 pass break-ups and six interceptions.

Some were surprised to see Terrell come off the board so early, but we weren’t. NFL teams love lengthy, athletic cornerbacks and Terrell fits the bill. Standing in at 6-foot-1 with 31-inch arms, Terrell has a prototypical build and frame for an NFL corner. He also ran the 40-yard dash in 4.42 seconds at the combine, flashing the long speed that should make him an ideal cover man at the next level.

Terrell’s athletic traits line up with what his on-field play showed us. He’s a terrific athlete with clean feet. Terrell is effortless in transition, flashing the fluid hips that allow him to turn-and-run with even the smoothest of receivers. He’s extremely physical in coverage, playing tight and staying in phase with his assignment. Terrell did his best work in press man coverage, showing the mentality, balance and hand usage to continue to play press man at the next level. Terrell does an excellent job challenging the catch point by fighting through the hands of his man. His elite athletic traits make him the ideal click-and-close player.

The Falcons secondary was downright bad last season. They have a lot to prove, but Terrell is joining a young and exciting secondary that features Isaiah Oliver, Keanu Neal and Damontae Kazee.

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2020 NFL Draft: Atlanta Falcons team preview

Everything Atlanta Falcons fans need to know heading into the 2020 NFL Draft

Everything Atlanta Falcons fans need to know heading into the 2020 NFL Draft.


Head Coach: Dan Quinn

General Manager: Thomas Dimitroff

2019 Record: 7-9


1 (16)

2 (47)

3 (78)

4 (119)

4 (143, from BAL)

7 (229, from TB)


Defensive Line

This entire unit needs help, both along the interior and on the edge. Grady Jarrett is the only reliable, consistent performer across the board, making the defensive trenches this year’s top priority for the Dirty Birds. Vic Beasley didn’t live up to the hype, Takk McKinley is running out of time to do the same, and Jarrett could use a running mate inside. Don’t be surprised if multiple early picks are used to address this group.


Both Isaiah Oliver and Kendall Sheffield have shown promise, but with Desmond Trufant gone, Atlanta’s corners are still more upside than proven commodity. A draft pick won’t add what Trufant’s departure took away, but bringing in another top talent at this premium position wouldn’t hurt. You can never have too many talented corners in today’s pass-happy NFL.

Running Back

Devonta Freeman is gone, and while Todd Gurley was a big-name signing, this position still has no long-term solution past the 2020 season. This year’s deep running back class should provide the Falcons with plenty of starting-caliber options across the first four rounds. Whether it’s a workhorse back or a third-down specialist who could develop into something more, Atlanta needs to add a back at some point in this draft.


Javon Kinlaw | DL | South Carolina

K’Lavon Chaisson | EDGE | LSU

CJ Henderson | CB | Florida

Kristian Fulton | CB | LSU

Cam Akers | RB | Florida State

Antonio Gibson | RB | Memphis

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