Denver Broncos brick, mortar, and scrap: Quarterbacks

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DENVER, COLORADO – DECEMBER 22: Drew Lock #3 of the Denver Broncos runs out of the pocket against the Detroit Lions in the second quarter at Empower Field at Mile High on December 22, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

The Denver Broncos head into the 2020 offseason with a promising young QB. Is Drew Lock the only QB worth keeping around in 2020?

The Denver Broncos head into the 2020 offseason with a promising young QB — Drew Lock. Is he the only QB worth keeping around in 2020?

After witnessing everything from historic lows to hope-inducing highs, the 2019 Denver Broncos wrapped up their season with a morale-boosting win over the Oakland (now Las Vegas) Raiders.

With the 2019 season official in the rearview mirror, it’s time to examine the roster and see which players are needed to take this team to the next level.

With Broncos Country in evaluation mode, I figured this was a good time to go over each position group and determine which guys are worth keeping for the future.  This series of articles will be titled “Brick, Mortar, Scrap”.

I will look at each player and determine if they worth keeping long term (brick), for another year (mortar), or should be let go (scrap).

In the first installment of “Brick, Mortar, Scrap”, we’re taking a look at the most important position- QB.

Aside from Lock, what other QB’s from the 2019 team should play a role in 2020 and beyond? Let’s get started.

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