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QB Drew Lock Denver Broncos Player Page

#3 Drew Lock, QB
Denver Broncos
Height 6' 4"
Weight 228 lbs
Age 23
Birthdate November 10th 1996
College Missouri
Year 2019
Round 2   Pick 10
Season Statistics
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Strength of Schedule
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Week 7 Projections
Lock finally returned from injury, and he definitely appeared rusty. Hopefully all the rust is gone, as Kansas City is a tough matchup for quarterbacks. He really shouldn't be on your radar for Week 7 unless you are in a 2-quarterback or super flex league.
Passing: 241 Yards, 1 TD, 1 INT.
Rushing: 15 Yards, 0 TD.

Season Projections
Usually operating as a game manager during five season-ending starts made as a rookie this past season, Lock went 4-1 while averaging 204 passing yards and 1.4 touchdown passes per game. The Broncos turned him loose against a leaky Texans secondary, and Lock went off for 309-3-1 (Week 14). While Lock flashed impressive arm strength, improved mechanics and solid accuracy (he connected on 64.1 percent of his throws), the Missouri product also compiled a pedestrian 6.5 yards per attempt. Joe Flacco (Jets) is gone, so Lock heads into his sophomore campaign as Denver's unquestioned starter. If he can elevate his game and quickly find a comfort zone in new offensive boss Pat Shurmur's quarterback friendly West Coast attack - this scheme specializes in creating easy throws for the signal caller - Lock could have top-20 upside. Last season, Giants quarterbacks (then-rookie Daniel Jones and Eli Manning) averaged 254.3 passing yards and 1.9 touchdown strikes per game in Shurmur's scheme. Lock has a decent supporting cast, which includes Courtland Sutton, breakout candidate Noah Fant and Melvin Gordon, a great receiver out the backfield, along with rookie first-rounder Jerry Jeudy and rookie second-rounder K.J. Hamler. Keep in mind that Lock has only five games of starting experience. There could be more growing pains while he learns his second playbook in as many seasons.

Passing: 2156 Yards, 11 TD, 10 INT.
Rushing: 71 Yards, 0 TD.

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