This season will feature 12 new Week 1 starting quarterbacks, though the Jets’ decision is the result of an injury rather than a roster move. High-profile wide receivers also changed teams, igniting one of the biggest market shifts a single position has seen. The Offseason In Review series is now complete. Here are the PFR staff’s looks at how the 32 NFL teams assembled their 2022 rosters.
6 comments on “2022 Offseason In Review Series”
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I also appreciate that we can share our opinions openly and in an unbiased forum.
Good luck to all of my friends on Trade Rumors this year with fantasy football! May all of you win this year!
♫ Born under a bad sign
Been down since I began to crawl
You know if it wasn’t for bad luck
I wouldn’t have no luck at all ♫ / Albert Collins
The review could have simply stated “Same Ole Lions.