'Next year's gonna be our year': Redemptive win to cap 2019 leaves Broncos excited for what's to come in 2020
After starting their year with a loss in Oakland, see how the Broncos furiously finished the 2019 season by beating the Raiders and going 4-1 in the month of December with Drew Lock at quarterback.
|17||Raiders||W 16 - 15||17||28||177||6.3||1||0||2||9||90.9||6||29||4.8||0||2||1|
|16||Lions||W 27 - 17||25||33||192||5.8||1||0||0||0||99.6||4||10||2.5||0|
|15||@Chiefs||L 3 - 23||18||40||208||5.2||0||1||2||9||50.8||2||3||1.5||0||1||0|
|14||@Texans||W 38 - 24||22||27||309||11.4||3||1||1||8||136||3||15||5||0|
|13||Chargers||W 23 - 20||18||28||134||4.8||2||1||0||0||84.5||3||15||5||0|
LOCK AT A GLANCE:
- A quarterback who threw for the second-most passing yards (12,193) and third-most touchdowns (99) in Southeastern Conference history during his four-year career at Missouri.
- Started 46-of-50 games during his collegiate career, completing 883-of-1,553 passes (56.9%) for 12,193 yards with 99 touchdowns and 39 interceptions (138.8 rtg.) in addition to rushing for 437 yards and nine scores.
- Ended his career as Mizzou's second all-time leader in career passing yards and touchdowns while setting 10 of the top-25 single-game passing yardage marks in school history.
- Finished his senior season with career-best marks in completion percentage (62.9%), interceptions (8), completions (275) and rushing yards (175) while scoring 34 total touchdowns.
- Broke the single-season records in SEC and Missouri history in 2017 with a nation-leading 44 passing touchdowns, earning first-team all-conference honors for his efforts.
- Ended his junior year with a single-season school record 165.7 QB rating (242-419, 3,964 yds., 44 TDs, 13 INTs) while helping Missouri rebound from a 1-5 start to finish the season 7-6.
- Started all 12 games as a sophomore in 2016, leading the SEC in passing yards (3,399) on 237-of-434 passing (54.6%) with 23 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
- Voted a three-time team captain by his teammates (2016-18).
- Threw for 63 touchdowns between his junior and senior seasons at Lee's Summit (Mo.) High School and was chosen as the Kansas City Star All-Metro Player of the Year as a senior.
- Selected by the Broncos in the second round (42nd overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft.
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