NFL power rankings for 2022, where do the Miami Dolphins land?
By Juan Vasquez
14. Green Bay Packers:
Aaron Rodgers lost his #1 receiver and one of the best receivers in the NFL with the Davante Adams trade. Now Rodgers has a rookie WR Christian Watson, and the rest of his old receiving core which wasn’t anything to brag about.
The Packers’ main focus this year was defense, and with a mediocre offense, I see this team taking a big hit this year that ends up in bitter disappointment for title town standards.
13. Indianapolis Colts:
The Colts got a massive upgrade with Matt Ryan at QB, Carson Wentz was just too reckless and inconsistent and that cost them the playoffs this past year. Ryan is a veteran and an elite game manager, Indy made a playoff appearance with Phillip Rivers being half that in 2020.
Jonathan Taylor is a monster, they have a very strong defense, and an o-line that will keep Ryan from getting murdered the way he did in ATL.
12. Baltimore Ravens:
I know many people are probably shocked the Ravens fell this low, but they don’t have a good o-line, their run game is Lamar Jackson, and their weapons would all be backups or WR2 at best on other teams. In a nutshell, the Ravens are going to learn the hard way that you can’t just put a superman cap on Lamar Jackson and call it a day.
Be careful Ravens fans, your team is driving a generational talent into the floor and they’re about to break the handle from how hard they’re pushing on overdrive.