There are easy-to-imagine scenarios in which this NFL offseason could be turned on its head and be defined by quarterback movement.
What if Aaron Rodgers demands a trade from Green Bay or opts for retirement? What if the Bucs decide to reload after Tom Brady's retirement and make a play for a proven veteran who could be available via a trade? What if Russell Wilson, whose agent presented a list of teams that the quarterback would be OK with a trade to last offseason, takes it a step further and asks for his departure from Seattle?
There's also a scenario in which inertia prevails and much of the quarterback landscape looks similar going into 2022 as it was in 2021.
Let's take a swing at predicting all 32 teams' 2022 opening day starter, noting that these are just informed guesses. The offseason hasn't even really begun and lots can change, with just one domino impacting several teams: