QB - DEN
This Week Outlook
Broncos coach Vic Fangio said Tuesday that Drew Lock "can be" the team's starting QB next year but added that "he's going to have to improve."
Even if there's an eventual shake up, coaches typically show full support to their players in end-of-season interviews. Fangio stopped short of that, though. Lock failed to take a second-year leap in 2020, compiling a 16:15 TD:INT ratio across 13 games. If nothing else we should expect Denver to bring in some competition for him.
Drew Lock didn't commit a turnover in the Broncos' 32-31 loss to the Raiders and completed 25-of-41 passes for 339 yards and two touchdowns in Week 17.
Lock saved the best for last and played will in the Broncos' finale. Unfortunately, one game doesn't change the fact that he was one of the worst quarterbacks this season, and his job is likely on the hot seat heading into next season. He finished his second season, completing 58% of his passes for 2933 yards with 19 touchdowns (three rushing), 15 interceptions, and four fumbles across 13 games.
Broncos QB Drew Lock completed 24-of-47 passes for 264 yards with two interceptions and rushed for 15 yards and a touchdown in the Broncos' 19-16 loss to the Chargers.
Lock is now up to 19 turnovers this season (15 INT's, 4 fumbles) and continues to be a mediocre fantasy quarterback. Lock is not useful in redraft formats, but he still has some value in dynasty, especially with the young wide receivers he has at his disposal. However, the game still hasn't slowed down for him, and he can't be trusted to deliver consistently at the quarterback position. He'll need to improve drastically to be a viable asset in redraft next season.
Broncos QB Drew Lock completed 20-of-32 passes for 132 yards and one touchdown while adding 37 rushing yards in the Broncos' 48-19 loss to the Buffalo Bills in Week 15.
He also lost a fumble. Lock was outmatched and outgunned on Saturday, getting sacked three times and averaging only 4.1 yards per completion. He struggled to make downfield throws and his longest play went for 19 yards. Lock wasn't good in Week 15 and can't be trusted heading into Week 16 against the Chargers.
Broncos QB Drew Lock completed 21-of-27 passes for 280 yards and four touchdowns in the Broncos' 32-27 victory over the Panthers in Week 14.
Lock had arguably his best game this season, mainly because he threw for four touchdowns for the first time this year with no interceptions. He did lose a fumble but otherwise, the two-year pro played well and earned the victory. Lock is still best utilized in dynasty Superflex leagues and does not warrant a roster spot in redraft leagues.