QB - SEA
Week 13 Outlook
Drew Lock completed 17-of-24 passes for 191 yards with two touchdowns and one interception on Thursday against the Vikings.
Lock started and played almost the whole game. He faced pretty constant pressure for most of the game, but was able to make the most out of it. He did throw one interception, but it appeared the ball may have been tipped. Lock figures to be the clear backup behind Geno Smith heading into Week 1.
Drew Lock and the Seahawks have agreed to a one-year deal with $4 million.
Lock will return for his second season in Seattle and should remain the backup to Geno Smith. The 26-year-old did not see the field last season and is only fantasy viable should Smith miss any time in 2023.
Drew Lock completed 13 of his 24 pass attempts for 171 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions in Friday's loss against the Cowboys.
Geno Smith was announced as the Seahawks Week 1 starter following the game. Lock figures to be right behind Smith and should see the field at some point this season. He is worth rostering in deeper 2-QB and superflex leagues.
Drew Lock is expected to play most of the Seahawks preseason game Friday against the Cowboys.
Geno Smith is expected to start with Lock coming in behind him and playing most of the game. Lock was originally expected to start the Seahawks preseason game last week before testing positive for COVID-19. This remains a quarterback battle in Seattle worth monitoring.
Drew Lock returned to Seattle's practice on Sunday, meaning he could be available to play in the Seahawks' third preseason game against the Cowboys on Friday night.
Lock had previously been earning the Seattle coaches' favor before testing positive for Covid 19 after Week 1 of the preseason. Lock and Geno Smith are in a battle for starting QB, and their draft ADPs reflect this. Neither looks particularly useful in fantasy formats, though the presence of D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett will make whoever wins the starting job a bit more palatable in deeper leagues.