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Philadelphia Eagles 2022 NFL Mock Draft Roundup 1.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2022 NFL Draft, we will update our Philadelphia Eagles Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Philadelphia Eagles from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Eagles:

EDSFootball - Hanson (5/10)

8. Malik Willis, QB, Liberty

The Eagles didn't add any competition via the draft for Jalen Hurts, but they will have three first-rounders in 2022 assuming that Carson Wentz plays a minimum of 75% of offensive snaps for the Colts in 2021. If they are picking this high based on their own performance (i.e., their original pick), the Eagles brass will likely add competition next year. A transfer from Auburn, Willis is arguably the most physically-gifted quarterback in this year's draft class with a chance to put himself in the mix for the top pick come next April.

Per The Athletic's Bruce Feldman, Coastal Carolina's DC Chad Staggs said the following about Willis: "We were undefeated, we had beat BYU, I thought we were pretty good on defense. And I felt like [Willis] single-handedly beat us. We couldn't tackle him. He's got a cannon. From a true physical ability thing, he was special."

18. Zach Harrison, EDGE, Ohio State

Not only is Brandon Graham 33 years old, but Derek Barnett is scheduled to play the 2021 season on the fifth-year option. If the former five-star recruit is able to take a major step forward in his third season, he has the tools and athleticism to follow in the footsteps of recent Buckeye edge defenders to become a high draft pick.

22. Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

The conditional 2022 second-round pick sent to the Eagles becomes a first-rounder as long as Carson Wentz plays at least 75% of the offensive snaps in 2021. Barring an injury, it's a near lock that the Eagles will own Indy's pick in 2022.

Both Jaycee Horn and Patrick Surtain II were off the board before the Eagles were on the clock in 2021 and the team drafted Zech McPhearson in the fourth round, but I could see the team using one of their first-rounders on the position in 2022. A five-star recruit, Booth has outstanding ball skills (see below) and if he plays with more consistency, he should hear his name called on Day 1.

Touchdown Wire - Schofield (5/7)

5. Spencer Rattler, QB, Oklahoma

Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler stepped into the starting lineup after Jalen Hurts moved on to the NFL. Could a similar situation play out in Philadelphia? The Eagles made moves to build around Hurts in this past draft, trading up for wide receiver DeVonta Smith. But if the Eagles are picking this early, it might mean that the organization will be in the QB market next spring. Rattler needs to calm his feet in the pocket and not play so frenetically, but with a step forward this season he might challenge for that QB1 spot in the draft.

16. Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati

Cincinnati cornerback Ahmad Gardner burst onto the national stage as a true freshman in 2019, securing a Pick-Six in Cincinnati's upset win over UCF, and it was Gardner's touchdown that was the different. He added a second Pick-Six later that year against ECU. He earned a starting job by the end of the season, and held down that role for the Bearcats in 2020. Last season he ranked second in the ACC with nine pass breakups, and tied teammate Coby Bryant for fourth in the conference with three interceptions. He might be a dark-horse candidate for the first round at this point, but he is certainly someone that could play himself into the mix with a solid junior season.

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2021 NFL Power Rankings: Philadelphia Eagles

Throughout the 2021 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Here is where the Philadelphia Eagles rank in terms of average, best and worst:

Below you will find a post-draft roundup for the Eagles in our consensus 2021 NFL Power Rankings.

ESPN -- Rank: 27

Player who benefited most from draft: QB Jalen Hurts

The Eagles not only passed on opportunities to select Ohio State's Justin Fields and Alabama's Mac Jones, but did not use any of their nine draft picks on a quarterback. Instead, they reunited Hurts with a pair of fellow Alabama alums by taking wide receiver DeVonta Smith and offensive lineman Landon Dickerson in the first two rounds, then added do-it-all running back Kenneth Gainwell in the fifth. This will be Hurts' show barring a late blockbuster trade, and he's now set up pretty well for it. -- Tim McManus

NFL.com -- Rank: 25

To land Alabama stud DeVonta Smith in the first round? Beautiful. To trade in front of the hated Giants, who also coveted the Heisman Trophy winner? Well ... that's ecstasy. The Eagles have struggled to identify talent at wideout in recent years, but Smith profiles close to a can't-miss, and he fills a significant area of need as the Eagles look to see what they have in second-year quarterback Jalen Hurts. We also love the Day 2 pick of Landon Dickerson, an All-American center at Alabama who fell out of the first round because of medical red flags. Philly is going to love Dickerson if he can stay healthy.

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Philadelphia Eagles: 2021 NFL Schedule

Below you will find the weekly NFL regular-season schedule for the Eagles in 2021.

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WeekDateOpponentTime / Tickets
Week 1Sun., Sept. 12at Atlanta Falcons1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 2Sun., Sept. 19vs. San Francisco 49ers1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 3Mon., Sept. 27at Dallas Cowboys8:15 PM / Tickets
Week 4Sun., Oct. 3vs. Kansas City Chiefs1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 5Sun., Oct. 10at Carolina Panthers1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 6Thu., Oct. 14vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers8:20 PM / Tickets
Week 7Sun., Oct. 24at Las Vegas Raiders4:05 PM / Tickets
Week 8Sun., Oct. 31at Detroit Lions1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 9Sun., Nov. 7vs. Los Angeles Chargers4:05 PM / Tickets
Week 10Sun., Nov. 14at Denver Broncos4:25 PM / Tickets
Week 11Sun., Nov. 21vs. New Orleans Saints1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 12Sun., Nov. 28at New York Giants1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 13Sun., Dec. 5at New York Jets1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 14BYE
Week 15Sun., Dec. 19vs. Washington Football TeamTBD / Tickets
Week 16Sun., Dec. 26vs. New York Giants1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 17Sun., Jan. 2at Washington Football Team1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 18Sun., Jan. 9vs. Dallas Cowboys1:00 PM / Tickets

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Philadelphia Eagles - 2021 Draft Results

The table below are all of the 2021 NFL Draft picks selected by the Philadelphia Eagles.

RoundOverallPlayerPositionSchool
110DeVonta SmithWRAlabama
237Landon DickersonCAlabama
373Milton WilliamsDTLouisiana Tech
4123Zech McPhearsonCBTexas Tech
5150Kenneth GainwellRBMemphis
6189Marlon TuipulotuDTUSC
6191Tarron JacksonDECoastal Carolina
6224JaCoby StevensSLSU
7234Patrick JohnsonEDGETulane

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Philadelphia Eagles Fantasy Football ADPs

When it comes time to draft our fantasy football teams, it's helpful to know where players are typically being selected in fantasy football drafts.

As we approach the 2021 NFL season, the tool that helps us understand where players are being selected, on average, is fantasy football average draft position (ADP).

Using data from Fantasy Football Calculator, we have set up pages for all fantasy-relevant players that depicts their current trends in standard-scoring and PPR-scoring ADPs.

The chart below displays the Fantasy Football Average Draft Position (ADP) movement over the past 30 days for Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz in 12-team standard-scoring formats.

Carson Wentz Average Draft Position

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