2022 NFL Mock Draft Grades: Finding Experts

The preparation for the 2022 NFL Draft was last week, giving us plenty of time to calculate the grades, how to do it, and see how the mocking musicians did in predicting the first round. Preparations for 2022 were possible because there were no blue chip QBs, many teams wanted to sell, and a quarter of the league did not have a 1st round pick to start preparations.

So it’s time to dump her and move on. My embarrassing writing system is simple: in every place you make a mistake, you get points. So if Aidan Hutchinson went all 1st, you just got 1 point, if you had Malik Willis go 20, you have 66 points. If you were brave enough to predict the trade, you have two points if you are wrong. For example, one scam writer traded Steelers up to 17 to get Willis, which earned them 138 points. No one is making you trade, so you should be in danger of losing the prize. If you were right… well, we should not worry about it.

I scored 25:24 fictional characters with suspicious characters and some newcomers who scored well on other scoring machines, by Arif Hassan’s Mock Draft Big Board.

Best Preparation: Albert Breer

Understandably, a leading journalist can be ridiculed, and Breer’s insults are often respected. But this was much better than ever. Breer had eight correct choices, which tied three more and more. What separated him was that 15 of his choices were in five places. This helped him defeat Malik Willis at the Steelers at 20th general, which most people had.

Best options: Breer was one of only two people to have Quay Walker 22nd and Lewis Cine 32nd.

Worst Choices: Malik Willis for the Steelers at 20. Almost everyone had this flaw.

Worst non-Malik Willis 20 years old: Breer missed 16th place in the runners-up, with Jermaine Johnson II at 10th and David Ojabo at 29. Many critics have missed Johnson, but many know better than having Ojabo in 1st.

Worst Writer Writer: Luke Easterling

Easterling found 424 points to take the title, which is not the last point of proof that the system exists, but it is very bad. But she has a very good idea! Easterling scored 4 points, dropped one spot in the 6 polls, and two or three places out of the other eight. Of the 18 out of 32 polls they were in three places. This is a very powerful recipe for mock draft. Of the 30 out of 32 polls, he found 150.

So what went wrong? He completely missed Malik Willis and Matt Corral.

Easterling had Steelers trades at 13 to get Malik Willis, and the Seahawks traded at 30 to sign Matt Corral. Because the system penalizes trades that are expected to multiply by quantity, they obtained 274 points from both options. 13 mock drafts had better numbers than the two selected ones combined.

Willis and Corral scoffed, but some insults were strong. So this year I’m giving away two losers.

Worst Worse With Referee Decision: Chris Simms

You know how sometimes you can look at something and just know something is wrong, even though you can’t put your finger on it? For example a while ago I was in the back of a “I am overcompensating for something” car, from Texas, turning left onto the sidewalk. I too was turning on the road, so I had a seat in the front for what happened. The car started turning left and then stopped because there were cars coming, this happened shortly after. Words are not fair, but the way the car was driven and the way the driver acted made me think that “there was nothing wrong with it.” (This is why self-driving cars will not be perfect.) Something was terribly wrong. Coming vehicles after being removed were able to enter the ramp. He went up to 30 mph, probably 40 mph. Not until the last second when he realized that the track was stopped. He hit the brakes and tried to get out of the driveway that sat on the meter doing his own business waiting for the lights to turn on. The car jumped off the concrete wall with the left side of his car and, because it was too big to pass, the rear crashed the car with the right side, and drove the car a little further forward. How stupid.

As soon as I saw Chris Simms’ sense of humor I knew something was wrong and he hurried up the road to Wrongsville. Let’s read about the ways in which he departed before considering anything that happened in the document.

-Although a few scathing writers had UConn DT Travis Jones in the 1st, Simms was the only one he had in the top 20, going 17th overall.

-He was the only one who had Derek Stingley in the second half of the 1st round, making him go 23rd overall.

-He’s the only one who has been with Davonte Wyatt in the top 10, to 9th overall.

-Whether he was not the only one to lead Jordan Davis in the top 10 (made him go 8th), or Devin Lloyd or George Karlaftis in the top 15 (back to 13th and 14th, respectively), or Bernhard Raimann in the top 20 (16th)), or Kayvon Thibodeaux not the top 10 (12th), or Chris Olave not the top 20 (22nd), was the only person who did anything. two of those included not leaving all six there.

This preparation was to fail. And it failed.

Worst: Like many, Simms had the Steelers take Malik Willis at the age of 20.

Worst non-Malik Willis 20 years old: Bernhard Raimann for Saints at 16. Went to 77th.

Right choices: One (1). He found the right one, a miracle. Msard Gardner 4 for Jets.

Simms did not have the worst side effects, but it had the worst side effects. #UnbelieversThe Way

2022 Mock Draft Scoring

ridicule points # Correct The Worst Non-Willis Choice insulted now points
ridicule points # Correct The Worst Non-Willis Choice insulted now points
Albert Breer 193 8 David Ojabo 29 45 16
Danny Kelly 200 3 George Karlaftis 15 30 15
Dane Brugler 207 5 Drake Jackson 28 61 33
honey kiper 208 6 Skyy Moore 29 54 25
Daniel Jeremiah 214 5 George Pickens 30 52 22
Charlie Campbell 216 8 George Pickens 30 52 22
Peter Schrager 226 4 Trey McBride 31 55 24
Brian Johannes 227 8 Jameson Williams 29 12 17
Josh Norris 231 3 Jermaine Johnson II 8 26 18
Todd McShay 238 5 George Pickens 30 52 22
Pete Prisco 258 1 Andrew Booth 25 42 17
Charles Davis 262 3 Skyy Moore 30 54 24
Evan Silva 267 4 Desmond Ridder 32 74 42
Eric Edholm 286 8 Desmond Ridder 26 74 48
Matt Miller 294 5 Travis Jones 31 76 45
Hasan Big Board 309 two Nawo Dean 24 83 59
Rob Ranga 316 two Devin Lloyd (commercial) 12 27 30
Peter King 331 6 Bernhard Raimann 21 77 56
Lance Zierlein 340 5 Bernhard Raimann 26 77 51
What Brinson 377 3 Nawo Dean 28 83 55
Mike Renner 381 4 George Pickens 29 52 23
Doug Farrar 384 3 Bernhard Raimann 16 77 61
Mike Florio 384 4 Matt Corral 32 94 62
Chris Simms 417 1 Bernhard Raimann 16 77 61
Luke Easterling 424 4 Matt Corral (commercial) 30 94 128

Difficulty and Final

Worst Choice: You think, by Malik Willis. Everyone except Peter King had Willis in the 1st round.

Top 10 Most Missed Choices: 17 insults led Jermaine Johnson II to the top 10, going 26th.

10 Most Recent Choices: Only 7 mockers Garrett Wilson entered in the top 10, went 10th.

QB’s Worst Predictability That Didn’t Sell: Mike Renner had the Lions take Sam Howell with a final selection in the 1st round, he went with the first choice in the 5th round.

The Worst Predictability of QB Marketing That Was Not Malik Willis or By Luke Lukeling: Peter King predicted that the Falcons would trade with the Lions from 2nd round to 32nd and take on Matt Corral. The Falcons had 2nd two and 3rd two and did not take him, but took Desmond Ridder at 74.

Worst Predictions Without QB: Todd McShay predicted the Cowboys would trade with the Texans from 24 to 13 to sign Trevor Penning, and on the 24th the Texans would take Tyler Smith. Instead the Cowboys did not sell and took on Tyler Smith at the age of 24.

Has Anyone Foretold About Business: Pa. Stop doing this, I beg you. Or do more of it, go wild.

The Worst QB Prediction That Chris Simms Didn’t Make: Mike Florio had DeMarvin Leal go 23 for the Cardinals, went 84 for the Steelers.

Highlight 1: It is very difficult to choose 1st late. So, thank you to the followers mock drafters for fixing this in the last 10 places in 1st:

23: Kaiir Elam: Doug Farrar

24th: Tyler Smith: Mel Kiper, Todd McShay (half credit, said it will be commercial)

27th: Davin Floyd: Mike Florio

31st: Dax Hill: Doug Farrar

32nd: Lewis Cine: Albert Breer, Brian Johannes, Mel Kiper

The Worst Choice 1: Doug Farrar said the Jaguars should have taken Kyle Hamilton first. And they are probably not wrong! You’ll get Ed Reed 1st all over the show if you know you find him. But humor has to be what you think they will happen, not what you think should to happen. What you think should happen is what we call your planning team.

Does Anyone Have a Wonderful Cole In 1st ?: Of course not.

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