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: Kansas City Chiefs Draft Analysis From The College Perspective

Kansas City Chiefs NFL Draft 2022 needs, analysis, picks, and biggest reaches and values – from the college perspective

2022 NFL Draft: From the college perspective, Kansas City Chiefs draft analysis, needs, picks, best value selection, and biggest reach

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NFL Draft 2022: Kansas City Chiefs 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
NFL Draft by college over last 5 years: 1-130 rankings
3 Greatest Picks ACC | Big Ten | Big 12 | Pac-12 | SEC 

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

2022 NFL draft: Potential Tyreek Hill replacements for the Chiefs

These top prospects could be targeted by the Kansas City Chiefs to replace Tyreek Hill in the 2022 NFL draft

We have yet another blockbuster trade in the NFL, as the Kansas City Chiefs are sending All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins for five draft picks, including the No. 29 overall selection in the 2022 NFL draft.

Thankfully for Kansas City, this year’s draft class is loaded with talented pass-catchers, which should give them plenty of options to replace Hill with another explosive playmaker.

Now armed with the 29th and 30th picks in this year’s draft, here are a few receivers the Chiefs could target to replace Hill:

Chiefs rookie RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire shines in NFL debut

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire was the star of the show in his NFL debut Thursday night

It felt like a sense of normalcy returning to our lives Thursday night, as the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs kicked off the 2020 NFL season at Arrowhead Stadium. The Texans were looking for a bit of retribution after falling flat on their faces in the playoffs against the K.C. last year.

However, it was a rookie running back who stole the show for the Chiefs.

There was only one running back drafted in the first round in 2020, Clyde Edwards-Helaire. He was part of the LSU football team that made a historical run at the College Football Playoff National Championship. So it almost seemed unfair that CEH could go from one world champion team to another. On Thursday, Chiefs fans got a glimpse of what he could be for their offense.

All in all, Edwards-Helaire toted the rock 25 times Thursday night, racking up 138 yards and scoring his first NFL touchdown, which happened to be his longest run of the night:

CEH took the ball from Mahomes and found a hole on the left side, and after putting Texans safety Justin Reid on skates, it was off to the races.

Not a bad way to kick off your NFL career: His first career touchdown and first career 100-yard game in a 34-20 victory on opening night. As of right now, Edwards-Helaire is the leading rusher in the NFL.

Next up for CEH and the Chiefs, a trip to Los Angeles to take on the Chargers. The rookie phenom won’t sneak up on the Bolts, but after watching his performance Thursday night, it might not matter.

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Why Chiefs fans should be excited about Clyde Edwards-Helaire

The Kansas City Chiefs landed the perfect fit for their offense in LSU running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire

Ah, the rich get richer. How did the rest of the league let this happen? With the final selection of the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs selected former LSU running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire.

Edwards-Helaire was the definition of consistency at LSU where his dual-threat skill-set helped power the Tigers to an undefeated season en route to being crowned National Champions in 2019. Edwards-Helaire was a big-time weapon for the Tigers historically impressive offense.

Edwards-Helaire is an agile runner who reads the game at an incredibly high level. For as impressive as the top-end of this running back class is, nobody breaks tackles and forces missed tackles in the open field quite like Edwards-Helaire does.

He had to bid his time behind some really good running backs throughout his time in Purple and Gold, but he made magic happen once he became their starting running back this past season. Any questions about his inability to get on the field earlier than 2019 were certainly put to bed en route to an astounding 1,867 total yards and 17 touchdowns.

In addition to being such an impressive runner, Edwards-Helaire can be a big-time weapon in the passing game as well. In fact, that’s what makes him such an excellent fit for this already horrifying Chiefs offense.

For as many weapons as Kansas City has on O, and trust me it’s a lot of them, their ability to take advantage of favorable match-ups with versatility is what makes them so hard to stop. They already had a spoil of riches at their disposal, but the addition of Edwards-Helaire gives them yet another big-time weapon.

Good luck, NFL.


Kansas City Chiefs.

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2020 NFL Draft: Kansas City Chiefs team preview

Draft Wire’s Gavino Borquez delivers everything Kansas City Chiefs fans need to know heading into the 2020 NFL Draft.

Everything Kansas City Chiefs fans need to know heading into the 2020 NFL Draft.


Head Coach: Andy Reid

General Manager: Brett Veach

2019 record: 12-4


1 (32)

2 (63)

3 (96)

4 (138)

5 (177)



The Chiefs run defense was quite underwhelming last season, finishing No. 26 in rushing yards allowed. The unit made up of Anthony Hitchens, Damien Wilson and Ben Niemann played well as the season went on, but they are lacking speed. Wilson and Niemann are also in contract years.


The Chiefs secondary was stout last season, finishing eighth in passing yards allowed. However, one of the main contributors to their success – cornerback Kendall Fuller signed with the Redskins in free agency. Bashaud Breeland re-signed with the team, but only on a one-year deal.

Running back

The Chiefs high-powered offense was the primary reason why they ended up raising the Lombardi Trophy. In the backfield carrying the load was Damien Williams, but he is on the final year of his contract. Finding another multi-dimensional back should be a priority.


Clyde Edwards-Helaire | RB | LSU

D’Andre Swift | RB | Georgia

Kenneth Murray | LB | Oklahoma

Jordyn Brooks | LB | Texas Tech

Jaylon Johnson | CB | Utah

Bryce Hall | CB | Virginia