Lock threw for 134 yards and two touchdowns on 18-of-28 passing on the day, adding one interception. He should have had a third touchdown if not for receiver DaeSean Hamilton's bad drop. While it wasn't a pretty performance, it's a good way for the rookie to start his professional career and provides much needed experience as the Broncos head to Jacksonville for a tilt with the Jaguars. First game jitters now behind him, Lock has every opportunity to be in the discussion as the starter in 2020 with a follow-on win this week. Drew Lock is found as DLF's QB35.