Even During Quarantine, Drew Lock Is Hitting The Books

By Patrick Knight on April 15, 2020
DENVER, CO – AUGUST 29: Quarterback Drew Lock #3 of the Denver Broncos looks on against the Arizona Cardinals during the third quarter of a preseason game at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on August 29, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

Broncos quarterback Drew Lock is throwing five days a week at a spot near his parents’ home in Kansas City during the coronavirus shutdown and has been studying the team’s new offensive playbook while watching recent Giants film due to new offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur coming on board.

It’s good to hear from Lock in his interview with Phil Milani from DenverBroncos.com. Lock is staying busy training as much as he can, using an Elevation mask to run outside in the neighborhood. The part of the interview that caught my ear the most was the fact that he’s watching the 2019 Giants.

Last year, rookie quarterback Daniel Jones started most of the games for the Giants. The 2019 first-round pick is their franchise quarterback as the team moved on from Eli Manning last year. I saw both Jones and Lock compete against each other at the Reese’s Senior Bowl in January of 2019 and I must say that Lock was much more impressive during that time.

While Jones had some shades of Carson Wentz to his game, he wasn’t as consistent on film as he needed to be. Jones would have good games, but he would miss on throws and plays that would’ve made his film great. His level of competition at Duke was also not as strong as what Lock played in the SEC at Missouri.

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