QB Drew Lock - Denver Broncos

6-4, 227Born: 11-10-1996College: MissouriDrafted: Round 2, pick 42 (2019)

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Drew Lock missed most of his rookie season due to a thumb injury suffered in the preseason, but he was able to start five games for the Broncos at the end of the 2019 season. In those games, Lock went 4-1 as the starter and showed flashes of being the franchise quarterback the Broncos have been looking for since Peyton Manning retired. Those games were enough for the Broncos brass to commit to the young quarterback and basically build the entire offense around him for the 2020 season. He will get to work with a new offensive coordinator as former New York Giants head coach Pat Shurmur is now in charge of the Broncos offense. Shurmur got some good football out of rookie quarterback Daniel Jones last year and now gets to work his magic on Lock. The offense should be more high-powered than it was last season, not only because of Lock's experience and Shurmur's hiring but also because of the top-tier talent added this offseason. The Broncos have built their offense around Lock. Adding top-tier talent at the wide receiver position in 2020 first-round pick Jerry Jeudy and second-round pick K.J. Hamler should boost the offense. Things start with Lock's favorite target, Courtland Sutton, who should continue to ascend as one of the best young rising stars in the league today. Add in 2019 first-round pick TE Noah Fant and Lock's favorite target from college, 2020 fourth-round pick Missouri TE Albert Okwuegbunam, and you can see how Lock should be quite effective in year two. Lock has a big arm and there isn't a window or a spot on the field he won't challenge. He is athletic enough to keep plays alive with his feet while keeping his eyes downfield. Lock is a charismatic leader and his teammates have bought in on him leading the team in 2020 and perhaps beyond. Make no mistake about it, 2020 is a try out for Lock to continue as the team's starter. The pressure is on him to perform at a high level and win games to get this team back in the playoff conversation. If Lock suffers a sophomore slump, then many changes could be made in Denver and they could try and find a replacement for Lock. He is an exciting QB2 with upside for Fantasy GMs in 2020. Partly because of his skill set but also partly because of the improved weapons around him. The Broncos want to score more touchdowns and it will be Lock leading the way. Expect them to be more aggressive offensively than they have been in years past with the primary benefactor being Lock. (May 9)

FBG Staff Rankings

QB Dynasty - 26, 18, 20, 25, 26, 31

Stats and Projections

2019 DEN 5 100 156 1020 7 3 18 72 0 1
2020 DEN 3 33 62 * * * 8 * * *
2020 PROJ-Dodds 15.8 316.0 524.0 * * * 47.0 * * *
2020 PROJ-Henry 15.3 329.0 535.0 * * * 55.0 * * *
2020 PROJ-Wood 16.0 320.0 500.0 * * * 40.0 * * *
2020 PROJ-Tremblay 15.0 317.0 511.0 * * * 34.0 * * *
2020 PROJ-Consensus 15.5 321.3 522.3 * * * 46.8 * * *

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QB: 25

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Latest News

Broncos | Drew Lock throws two INTs (Sun Oct 18, 03:44 PM) - Denver Broncos QB Drew Lock went 10-for-24 for 189 yards, zero touchdowns and two interceptions against the New England Patriots in Week 6.

Our View: Lock wasn't very nuanced in his play and forced the ball to his college teammate Albert Okwuegbunam. He also threw two picks late that gave the Patriots a chance to win. He doesn't seem like anything but a desperation play, even in 2QB/Superflex leagues. Lock faces the Chiefs next week, which won't be as tough a draw as the Patriots secondary.
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Broncos | Drew Lock will be in uniform (Sun Oct 18, 11:54 AM) - Denver Broncos QB Drew Lock (shoulder) is officially active for the Week 6 game.

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Broncos | Drew Lock on track to start (Sat Oct 17, 09:41 PM) - Denver Broncos QB Drew Lock (shoulder) is expected to start against the New England Patriots in Week 6.

Our View: Lock has a tough draw against the Patriots pass defense. He's only a desperation play this week.
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Broncos | Questionable tag for Drew Lock (Fri Oct 16, 07:52 PM) - Denver Broncos QB Drew Lock (shoulder) fully participated in practice Friday, Oct. 16, but is listed as questionable for Week 6.

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Broncos | Denver's Week 6 injury report (Fri Oct 16, 05:50 PM) - Denver Broncos LB Jeremiah Attaochu (quad) and WR KJ Hamler (hamstring) did not practice all week and have been ruled out for Week 6 versus the New England Patriots. RB Melvin Gordon (non-injury) did not practice Friday, Oct. 16, and is listed as questionable. TE Noah Fant (ankle) and NT Mike Purcell (knee) were limited in practice all week and are listed as questionable. QB Drew Lock (shoulder) practiced in full all week and is also listed as questionable. OT Garett Bolles (non-injury) was upgraded to a full practice Friday and is expected to play. CB Bryce Callahan (wrist), CB Davontae Harris (hamstring), LB Joseph Jones (knee), RB Phillip Lindsay (foot) and S Trey Marshall practiced in full all week and have also been removed from the injury report.

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2020 Schedule

1vs Tennessee Titans
2@ Pittsburgh Steelers
3vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4@ New York Jets
5--- BYE WEEK ---
6@ New England Patriots
7vs Kansas City Chiefs
8vs Los Angeles Chargers
9@ Atlanta Falcons
10@ Las Vegas Raiders
11vs Miami Dolphins
12vs New Orleans Saints
13@ Kansas City Chiefs
14@ Carolina Panthers
15vs Buffalo Bills
16@ Los Angeles Chargers
17vs Las Vegas Raiders