Drew Lock

  • Height
    6' 4"
  • Weight
    228
  • Hand Size
    9" (6th)
Drew Lock headshot
  • Draft Pick
    2.10 2019
  • College
    Missouri
  • Age
    24.6

Drew Lock Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Atts Pass Yds Comp % YPA Rush Yds Pass TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2021 6 111 787 60.4% 7.1 53 2 9.0
2020 13 443 2933 57.3% 6.6 160 16 15.1 (#27)
2019 5 156 1020 64.1% 6.5 72 7 14.2
  • College QBR
    81.8 (79th)
  • College YPA
    8.0 (46th)
  • Breakout Age
    18.8 (91st)
  • SPARQ-x
    103.5 (88th)

Drew Lock Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream

-5.3
(#578)

Value Over Stream: Valuation scheme calculates a player’s fantasy pts/game over the average waiver wire replacement in standard fantasy league formats during either the current season (or previous year during the offseason) and adjusts for positional bust rates. VOS rank in parenthesis spans all positions, enabling player comparisons across QB's, RB's, WR's, and TE's.

2021

Passing Attempts

2021

Completion Percentage

2021

Fantasy Points

Drew Lock ADP

215.90
(-0.13)
Average Draft Position (2022)
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18.12 Pick
QB54 Rank

Popularity Index

#368

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Drew Lock Injury History

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Games Missed
Injury Reports
Ribs contusion & strain
Week 10 (2020)
0
1
Rotator cuff strain
Week 2 (2020)
2
3
Thumb sprain
Preseason (2019)
11
11

Drew Lock College Stats

Year Games Pass Atts Pass Yds YPA Comp % Pass TDs Rush Yds Age School
2015 12 (QB) 263 1,332 5.1 49.0% 4 (8 ints) 28 17 Missouri
2016 12 (QB) 434 3,399 7.8 54.6% 23 (10 ints) 123 18 Missouri
2017 13 (QB) 419 3,964 9.5 57.80% 44 (13 ints) 111 19 Missouri
2018 13 (QB) 437 3,498 8 62.90% 28 (8 ints) 175 20 Missouri

Who is Drew Lock

Drew Lock's impressive college stats and towering 6-4 height was enough for the Broncos to take him in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft with the No. 42 overall pick. He sprained his thumb in the preseason and was shut down for most of the year. He returned to the team, and in his first start, he was able to get the offense in position to kick a late field goal and beat the Chargers. While his overall stats were not impressive, he went 4-1 as the starter. And the Broncos felt comfortable keeping him as the starter for the future. The 2020 season would go much differently. He finished the year tied with Carson Wentz with the most interceptions thrown (15) and a completion percentage of 57.3-percent; the lowest among all quarterbacks with at least 150 passing attempts.

The team would bring in Teddy Bridgewater the following season. Bridgewater started the first three games until he was injured. Lock continued to play poorly, evidenced by his 52.3 QBR in Week 4, and looked even worse in Week 12 when he recorded a 25.6 QBR. He finished the 2021 season with the fantasy ranking of QB 42. His draft capital and starting experience may allow him to stay in the league as a backup. But after watching him play, his time as a starter in the NFL is likely over. If the film wasn’t incriminatory enough, the Next Gen Stats look even worse. His completion rating on deep balls has been at or under 28% for every year of his career. Entering the final year of his rookie contract with the Broncos, he was shipped to Seattle in the Russell Wilson trade. Whether he ever starts another game is yet to be determined.