Denver Broncos look to prepare for Drew Lock era
With no starting quarterback meeting the media and the buzz from Broncos Country, it appears the Denver Broncos are preparing for the Drew Lock era.
The two week period for the Denver Broncos to activate Drew Lock from injured reserve is fast approaching. And it appears as if the team is preparing for that day. There have also been some intriguing clues that could provide something is going to happen this week.
During Wednesday’s media session, the starting quarterback normally is available. However, there was no Brandon Allen at the media session after Vic Fangio met with them. What was also telling was Fangio mentioned that Drew Lock would get 75 percent of the reps in practice this week.
If that does not say Drew Lock is going to be the starter, then I do not know what more proof that we need. But it seems as if the Denver Broncos are preparing for the Drew Lock era.
Vic Fangio mentioned that the starter would not be named until at the earliest “late in the week.” He also mentioned that it will come down to how Drew Lock does in practice.
With five games left in the season, now would be a prime time for the Broncos to see what they have with their second round draft pick.
I do not think I have seen so much anticipation for a quarterback in such a long time. But just from following my timeline on Twitter, there has been a lot of word play on the Drew Lock name.
My only question is how he will do in his first start and in starts in the future. Because I know that I am tired of being stuck in quarterback purgatory.
Chargers week will be very interesting this week. Let us see if Drew Lock can do enough in practice to Lock Up the starting job on Sunday.