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'I just have to make a couple plays here and there to pull out a win': Drew Lock's Week 1 performance defined both by impressive touchdown pass, missed opportunities
"I was pleased with the way Drew played," Head Coach Vic Fangio said after the loss. "I know when you only score 14 points, you think the quarterback wouldn't have played well enough, but I think he did."
'We're all going to have to grow': OC Pat Shurmur shares thoughts on Drew Lock, offense in early stages of training camp
Lock's decision-making has been solid, his accuracy improved and his footwork relatively consistent. After posting a 4-1 record, all signs indicate that Lock should be able to take a step forward from his rookie campaign.
#BroncosCamp Daily Recap: Melvin Gordon impressed early by 'perfectionist' Drew Lock
After the second day of training camp, Melvin Gordon says he likes what he's seen from Drew Lock and Todd Davis says he expects to be in coverage more this season. We've got all that and more, as Phil Milani, Aric DiLalla and Sydney Jones wrap up Day 2 of #BroncosCamp.
Ask Aric: How can Drew Lock improve in 2020?
Aric DiLalla evaluates how Drew Lock can improve in 2020, what the Broncos' tight end room looks like after Jeff Heuerman's release and how the left tackle competition is impacted by Elijah Wilkinson being placed on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list.
The Neutral Zone (Ep. 86): What a successful season looks like for Drew Lock
On this episode of "The Neutral Zone," Phil Milani and Aric DiLalla start their look at some of the biggest topics facing the Broncos by evaluating what a successful season would look like for Drew Lock. Before diving into that topic, though, Phil starts by talking with Hall of Famer Steve Atwater about the Hall of Fame's decision to delay the 2020 enshrinement until next year (6:46). Aric and Phil react to the news that the enshrinement has been moved (11:45), discuss what training camp could look like as July approaches (18:10) and then take a deep dive into what success would look like for Lock (25:01). They then close with traditional shoutouts (42:48). Want more of "The Neutral Zone"? Find it wherever you get your podcasts and make sure to subscribe. Then, leave us a review to let Phil know if his takes were better or worse than usual.