31. Drew Lock — Denver Broncos
Drew Lock is simply not a very good quarterback. The Missouri product struggles immensely with his accuracy. For his career, he’s completed only 59.1-percent of his throws. That number dipped last year — with Lock connecting on only 57.3-percent of attempts. Far too often does the 24-year-old rely upon arm strength. He tries to fit the ball into tight windows, and is often beset by poor-decision making.
Denver does have some noteworthy weapons (Noah Fant, Courtland Sutton). However, it’s no guarantee Lock gets through the entire year as the No. 1 option. The Broncos brought in Teddy Bridgewater to offer some competition as a credible option.
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