Everything about this play is amazing.
When Drew snaps the ball, he knows he has Jerry Jeudy on his right running a deep “In route.” Hamler is to his left in the slot running a deep post route.
Lock identifies that the Panthers are in cover three when he snaps the ball. He looks towards Jeudy, bringing the attention of the safety playing the middle third of the cover three down. Lock then proceeds to look at Hamler who is wide open in the middle of the field for the touchdown.
As Lock goes on to throw the ball, you can see Jerry Jeudy raise his hands, signaling a touchdown even before Hamler has caught the ball.
The eye manipulation that Drew Lock does during this play was amazing. It was a step in the right direction.
This is a play that gets fans excited because you can see the potential in this offense with these weapons surrounding Lock and we are hopeful that we can see this a lot more next season.
In the last game of the season, versus the division rival Las Vegas Raiders, the biggest play of the season happens. The offense is backed up on the eight-yard line having to go the length of the field to try to regain the lead. It comes up to a 3rd & 10.
Lock snaps the ball and stays composed in the pocket for four seconds. He then delivers a ball over multiple Raiders defenders, connecting with Jeudy, and then the rest is history.
Jerry Jeudy outruns two defensive backs and takes it to the end zone for a 92-yard touchdown. This play leaves all of Broncos Country anxiously waiting for the next season as we have to wait for the duo of Lock and Jeudy.
They did start to gain more chemistry with each other throughout the season and this particular play shows you that. I can’t wait for these two to be something special.
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Without question, this is the top play for the Denver Broncos this whole season.