Warren T asked in SportsFootball (American) · 12 months ago

Will Lock make it or will he be another quarterback failure for the Broncos?

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  • Anonymous
    12 months ago

    What about Flacco?

  • 12 months ago

    He will not make it, he will be another quarterback failure for the Broncos.

  • 12 months ago

    I think if they give him time to adjust to the NFL he will make it, but they need to trust him

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  • Cu Tie
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    12 months ago

    Actually, it depends on his work ethic during every offseason. If Drew Lock works hard and performs very well in practice every day, he will greatly improve his chances of becoming a successful, top notch NFL quarterback for the Denver Broncos in the future, as well as greatly reduce his risk of being another quarterback failure for the team.

  • Based on The Quarterbacks we're seeing playing in College Football right now, The Broncos would be better off playing Flacco now and looking for Franchise caliber Quarterbacks in 2020, 2021 and 2022. There are some pretty good Quarterbacks who will be eligible for The NFL Draft in 2020, 2021 and 2022.

  • 12 months ago

    Warren, Drew wasn't that good at Missouri, but he had an offense around him that made him look good. While he lasts, he will not be well-liked by his offensive line if he acts like he did at Mizzou. I wish him well, but I don't think he'll be a 2-year wonder like Mahommes.

  • Anonymous
    12 months ago


    Drew Lock started nearly every game in four years at Missouri, throwing for 12,000 yards and 99 touchdowns. His first game as a Denver rookie, he looked like he'd never thrown a pass in his life. No excuses.


    In 2016, Denver selected Paxton Lynch with the #26 pick in the NFL Draft, and he responded with four starts and four touchdowns in two years. And, he's not in Denver anymore, he's now in Seattle.

    Dallas selected Dak Prescott with the 135th pick in the same draft, and in three years as Dallas' starting QB, he responded by throwing for almost 11,000 yards, 67 touchdowns, and rushing for 18 touchdowns.

    Ironically, Dallas failed to make a first-round deal with any team in the 2016 NFL Draft to move up to select the quarterback they wanted ... Paxton Lynch. They had to settle on Dak Prescott.

    What if...?

  • 12 months ago

    It's too early to tell. He has a lot of learning curve to make it in the NFL.

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