Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 6 17
@ 13 19
vs 30 22
@ 28 21
@ 5 16
vs 11 19
@ 18 19
vs 8 18
@ 11 19
@ 24 20
BYE
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vs 22 20
@ 3 16
vs 9 18
vs 13 19
@ 31 23
vs 27 21
vs 3 16
Player Outlook
Lock is expected to compete with Geno Smith to be the starting quarterback in Seattle this season after Lock was dealt to the Seahawks as part of the Russell Wilson trade. If Lock is the starter for Week 1 then he's worth drafting with a late-round pick in two-quarterback and Superflex leagues. Lock has never been a consistent Fantasy quarterback with only six games of at least 20 Fantasy points in 22 games played over the past three seasons. In 2020, he started 13 games, and he averaged just 16.4 Fantasy points per game. With the Seahawks, Lock would have top-tier talent in D.K. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and Noah Fant, but we know Seattle wants to be a run-first offense and limit what Lock should have to do. We don't have high expectations for Lock, even if he's starting to open the season. And Smith could easily replace Lock early in the year if he's struggling and Seattle is losing.

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points per Game
2022
2021 787 2 2 53 2 549
2020 2933 16 15 160 3 21316.4
3y Avg. 1580 8 7 95 2 11414.3
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Fantasy News

  • Seahawks' Drew Lock: Getting more first-team reps

    Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that Lock will get more reps with the first-team offense, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. The Seahawks have given Geno Smith every chance to run away with the starting job, but Smith -- who has taken most of the reps with the starting offense during training camp -- has struggled thus far, and Lock has shown enough flashes to make this a true competition. To that end, Carroll intends to have Lock and Smith rotate in with the first-team offense so that whomever wins the job will have familiarity with star receivers DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. Smith will start in Saturday's preseason game against the Steelers, but expect both quarterbacks to get some reps with the starters, though it's unclear how much Metcalf and Lockett will play in the exhibition.
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  • Seahawks' Drew Lock: Outplays Smith in team scrimmage

    Lock completed 18 of 27 passes for 185 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's team scrimmage, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Lock spent four of five offensive drives with the second-team offense, where he played against the first-team defense. On the other side of the competition, Geno Smith handled nearly all the first-team reps on offense, where he battled against the second-team defense. Smith completed 10 of 19 passes for 94 yards. Lock had the inferior supporting cast and played against better competition, but he managed to put up better numbers anyway, despite those numbers being mediocre. Head coach Pete Carroll didn't make any judgements following the scrimmage, but Lock may have the edge heading into the preseason, which starts next Saturday against the Steelers.
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  • Seahawks' Drew Lock: Getting second-team reps

    Lock played with the second-team offense during Wednesday's practice, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Head coach Pete Carroll believes Lock still has a chance to win the starting job over Geno Smith, who is heading into his fourth season with the Seahawks. Carroll stated earlier in the offseason that Smith's knowledge of the system gives him an edge in the competition. However, Lock has enough tools relative to Smith to make this competition extend through the final preseason game. Through three seasons in the league, Lock has completed 59.3 percent of his passes for 4,740 yards (6.7 YPA), 25 touchdowns and 20 interceptions.
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  • Seahawks' Drew Lock: Still trailing in QB competition

    Head coach Pete Carroll said Thursday that Lock is trailing Geno Smith in the quarterback competition following this week's mandatory minicamp, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Carroll also stated that Lock isn't too far behind and will have a good chance to claim the starting job during training camp and the preseason. Smith's main edge comes from his knowledge of the system after three years with the team. Neither quarterback has proven to be effective for long stretches in the NFL, but Lock is certainly capable of getting hot during the preseason and winning the job for Week 1.
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  • Seahawks' Drew Lock: Survives draft day

    Lock is expected to compete with Geno Smith and Jacob Eason for the starting quarterback job after the Seahawks didn't select a quarterback in the 2022 NFL Draft, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. There was only one quarterback drafted in the first 73 picks, and despite having four picks in that stretch, the Seahawks opted to upgrade their offensive line and add a high-end running back and edge rusher. That's good news for Lock, who was part of the trade package that the Seahawks received for Russell Wilson. Lock has a big arm but was mediocre over 24 games (21 starts) with the Broncos over the last three years, completing 59.3 percent of his passes for 4,740 yards (6.7 YPA), 25 touchdowns and 20 interceptions. He also ran for 285 yards and five scores. Unless the Seahawks bring in Baker Mayfield via trade or a veteran in free agency, the main competition in training camp will be between Lock and Smith while Eason makes a longshot bid.
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  • Seahawks' Drew Lock: Sent to Seattle

    The Broncos dealt Lock, tight end Noah Fant, defensive end Shelby Harris and five draft picks to the Seahawks for Russell Wilson and a fourth-round pick Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports. A 2019 second-rounder, Lock has struggled when he's stepped foot on the field, completing 59.3 percent of his passes for 4,740 yards, 25 touchdowns and 20 interceptions in 24 appearances while compiling an 8-13 record as a starter. Once the trade is on the books, Lock and Jacob Eason will be the only signal-callers on Seattle's roster, meaning the team likely will continue to tinker with the QB room as the offseason goes on.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Mixed bag in finale

    Lock completed 12 of 24 passes for 162 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions in the Broncos' 28-24 loss to the Chiefs on Saturday. He also rushed four times for 35 yards and two scores. Lock authored a pair of impressive first-half scoring drives of 67 and 80 yards, finishing off the marches with rushing touchdowns of five and 23 yards, respectively. Those would prove to be the highlight of what was an otherwise pedestrian performance, one that saw him complete just 50.0 percent of his throws and fail to manufacture enough impact plays in the second half. Lock was merely average while starting the last three games of the season in place of Teddy Bridgewater (IR-concussion), but with the latter heading into unrestricted free agency, it's possible Lock, who's signed through next season, is very much in the running to reclaim the starting quarterback job in 2022.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Avoids designation for finale

    Lock (shoulder) practiced fully Thursday and doesn't have an injury designation for Saturday's game against the Chiefs, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Lock is set to make his third consecutive start this weekend while the Broncos close their season without Teddy Bridgewater, who wasn't able to clear the NFL's five-step concussion protocol before being moved to injured reserve Wednesday. Brett Rypien will serve as the backup to Lock, who has completed 33 of 47 attempts (70.2 percent) for 398 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions over the past two weeks. Though Lock has done a good job playing mistake-free football of late, expect Denver to once again lean heavily on a low-tempo ground-heavy game plan that will likely limit his overall passing volume.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Limited at practice

    Lock (shoulder) was listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. With Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) on injured reserve, Lock is expected to start Saturday's game against Kansas City, provided he can overcome his own health concern. Thursday's injury report will reveal whether or not the quarterback heads into the weekend with an injury designation.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Still headed for Week 18 start

    Lock (shoulder) remains on track to start Saturday against the Chiefs after Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Lock was listed as a limited practice participant Tuesday, so barring a setback with his right shoulder, he'll pick up his third consecutive start to close out the season. He'll still likely need to practice fully Thursday to avoid taking an injury designation into the contest.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Limited to begin Week 18 prep

    Lock was listed as a limited participant on Tuesday's estimated practice report due to a right shoulder injury, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Lock suffered the injury in the first half of last week's 34-13 loss to the Chargers, but he missed only one series before finishing the day with 18 completions for 245 yards and a touchdown on 25 attempts. The signal-caller's ability to return to the contest suggests that his estimated limitations two days after the game are likely just maintenance-related. Assuming he upgrades to full activity by Thursday, Lock will be in line to make his third straight start Saturday against Kansas City, as head coach Vic Fangio already told the media Monday that he's planning on having the 25-year-old direct the offense once again since Teddy Bridgewater has yet to resume practicing since entering the concussion protocol Dec. 19. Brett Rypien, who made a brief cameo in relief in Week 17, is on track to serve as Lock's backup in the season finale.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Expected to start Saturday

    Lock (shoulder) is expected to start Saturday's game against the Chiefs, Ben Swanson of the Broncos' official site reports. Coach Vic Fangio said Monday that Teddy Bridgewater remains in the concussion protocol and signaled that Lock is in line to start if Bridgewater is unavailable. The 2019 second-rounder briefly exited Sunday's loss to the Chargers in the first half due to a shoulder injury but was able to return to the field. Lock said after the game that he didn't think the injury impacted his play much, but the team likely will monitor his health in practice ahead of Saturday's regular-season finale. If Lock isn't able to play, Brett Rypien likely would be next in line to start.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Efficient in Sunday's loss

    Lock completed 18 of 25 passes for 245 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 34-13 loss to the Chargers. It was a better performance than Lock managed last week against the Raiders, but the end result was the same for the Broncos. His lone touchdown pass, a five-yard toss to Noah Fant, came in the fourth quarter after the game was well out of reach. Lock briefly went to the locker room with a shoulder injury but was able to return after getting a shot in the shoulder, Zac Stevens of DNVR Sports reports. Depending on the health of his shoulder and Teddy Bridgewater's progress from his concussion, Lock may have to make the start in Denver's final game of the season, Week 18 against Kansas City.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Hurts shoulder Sunday

    Lock exited Sunday's game against the Chargers after suffering a shoulder injury. With Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) out this week, Lock was replaced at QB by Brett Rypien. Prior to his departure from the contest, Lock was 2-for-5 for 15 yards and ran once for six yards.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Filling in for Bridgewater again

    With Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) ruled out, Lock is slated to start Sunday's game against the Chargers. In that context, Lock is an option for those in two-QB formats or who are scrambling for a Week 17 signal-caller for any reason. However, with wideouts Jerry Jeudy and Tim Patrick on the reserve/COVID-19 list and Courtland Sutton (illness) questionable for the contest, Lock figures to be working with a depleted pass-catching corps Sunday.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Listed as full practice participant

    Lock (ankle) was listed as a full participant on Thursday's practice estimate, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Meanwhile, fellow signal-caller Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) was listed as a non-participant. At this stage, it seems plausible that come Friday, Bridgewater will be ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chargers. In that case, Lock would be in line to draw his second straight start at QB this weekend.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Logs limited practice

    Though Lock was limited in practice Wednesday due to an ankle injury, Ryan O'Halloran of the Denver Post indicates that all signs continue to point to the QB starting Sunday's game against the Chargers. At this stage, fellow signal caller Teddy Bridgewater, who suffered a concussion on back on Dec. 18, remains in the NFL's concussion protocol and Lock is trending toward his second straight start for the Broncos, in spite of the ankle issue that popped up on Wednesday's injury report.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Does little in loss

    Lock completed 15 of 22 passes for 153 yards in Sunday's 17-13 loss to the Raiders. He added 10 yards on two carries. The Las Vegas defense stacked the box to stop the run and dared Lock to beat them, and the third-year QB wasn't able to answer the challenge. Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) hasn't yet been ruled out for a Week 17 clash with the Chargers, but if Lock does get another start he'll need to be much better to keep the Broncos' fading playoff hopes alive.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Likely starting in Week 16

    Lock is in line to serve as Denver's starting quarterback Sunday against Las Vegas, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports. Lock is the next man up for Denver after head coach Vic Fangio said Monday taht Teddy Bridgewater is feeling better but "highly unlikely" to play Week 16 after suffering a concussion in the Broncos' loss to the Bengals over the weekend. The 2019 second-round pick had lackluster results in relief of Bridgewater on Sunday, completing six of 12 passes for 88 yards and a touchdown.
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  • Broncos' Drew Lock: Throws touchdown in relief

    Lock completed of six of his 12 passes for 88 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 15-10 loss to the Bengals. Lock entered the game early in the third quarter after Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) exited with an apparent head injury. He immediately led the Broncos to the end zone, finding Tim Patrick for a 25-yard score. Lock was also able to move the offense at a decent clip from that point on, though he turned the ball over on a fumble deep in Cincinnati territory -- costing Denver a chance to go ahead in the game -- early in the final quarter. As has been the case throughout his professional career, Lock was plagued by inconsistency, and that should be expected to continue if he takes over under center for a Week 16 matchup against Las Vegas.
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