New Super Bowl 2022 Online Betting

Welcome to today’s preview on new Super Bowl 2022 online betting picks. The Indianapolis Colts are doing their best to give new quarterback Carson Wentz protection next season and signed former Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Eric Fisher to a one-year deal worth $9.4 million.

Fisher, the number one overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, has started 113 of the 117 games he has appeared in since in entered the league. However, he sustained a torn Achilles in the AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills earlier this year, so it’s unclear if he will play in a game this season.

Even though he made the Pro Bowl team last season for the second time in his career, the Chiefs released him in the offseason to help them get under the salary cap.

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Fisher has a relationship with Colts general manager Chris Ballard, who was in Kansas City’s front office when Fisher was selected.

The left tackle position became one the team needed to address after veteran Anthony Castonzo retired in January. They didn’t use any of their early-round picks on an offensive tackle because the staff wasn’t as high on this year’s draft class.

“Anytime you have a player like Anthony Castonzo retire, it’s a need and we signed some guys [in free agency] who we think are pretty good football players,” Ballard recently said. “But saying that, it just didn’t match up at that point in the draft. I’d be honest, how many true left tackles were in the draft? I don’t have the number exactly, but prototypically, some of these guys, maybe they end up playing left tackle. We’ll see if they end up staying there their whole careers. But if you’re going to draft a guy that high and you’re drafting him to play left tackle, you’d like to know that he’s going to be able to do it for his whole career.”

August 19, 2021 by : Posted in 56 No Comments

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