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  • Papa-pwn
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    Originally posted by Action View Post
    I'm wondering if they're even working on his mechanics at all.

    Every time Fangio talks about Lock it sounds like they're starting from square 1 with him...simple **** like calling NFL plays, doing line checks, reading pre snap defense, taking snaps from center.

    My guess is they want him to master these first before worrying about the mechanics (which probably would need to be worked on in the off season).
    I believe they don't really care about his mechanics as much as some fans do. Better feet is something they probably hope for, but that will come with reps, confidence, and more reliable pass protection.

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  • Cito Pelon
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    Originally posted by Dedhed View Post

    Here's a link to every throw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPw0WZ_nkSU

    Please tell the time stamps where Lock threw into the dirt to wide open receivers. I'll wait....




    ....Forever, btw, because they aren't there.
    My fault, must have been Hogan, sorry.

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  • LikeABoss5820
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    Originally posted by ghwk View Post

    I agree with this. Good take. I thought he was better this week too. Not a ton but better.
    He was better this week but he needs to get the 2nd team reps. The 3rd/4th team players are just so damn bad, they cant catch, they cant run proper routes, etc.

    I dont see the point in Hogan getting them, we're ****ed if Flacco goes down anyway.

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  • CEH
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    The INT was as much on the RB as anyone
    seattle ran a double zone dog blitz and football 101 is always pick up the most inside guy. The RB let’s the inside blitzer run free who had a clear shot at Lock. I love it because you cant get that type of experience sitting on the sideline or in TC.

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  • ghwk
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    Originally posted by Dedhed View Post

    There will be some people who will always only look at the negatives.

    He was much better than last week. There were some negatives: He was late reading a few blitzes, made one really poor decision throwing late off his back foot on the near INT, and his footwork was still rough at times.

    But the progress was obvious. He was much more decisive, getting the ball out on time much more often, Footwork was cleaner for the most part, made some throws that were legit high level NFL throws, he got through his progressions better, and I didn't see any balls that were outside the catchable radius of the intended target unless his arm was hit in the process of the throw.

    It was much more encouraging than last week where I was concerned. This week had me saying, "Hmm..Ok, there may be something here. Still a long way to go, but there is NFL potential there.
    I agree with this. Good take. I thought he was better this week too. Not a ton but better.

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  • socalorado
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    Originally posted by Action View Post
    Lock's game is so similar to a young Jay Cutler (Lock faster release). Both poor foot mechanics lol
    Lock is a carbon copy of Cutler. You've even been saying this since we 1st started discussing Lock last freakin Christmas. And Cutler began working on his mechanics through pre season and those 1st games of that rookie season, just like Lock will, and by mid year he was playing. I would rather Lock sit for the year like Mahommes, but I guess we'll see if Flacco can stay healthy. I see Lock's trajectory basically the same as Cutler as we've both said, only I don't see the mopey attitude with Lock. Just let it happen, guys.

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  • Dedhed
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    Originally posted by Action View Post
    I'm wondering if they're even working on his mechanics at all.

    Every time Fangio talks about Lock it sounds like they're starting from square 1 with him...simple **** like calling NFL plays, doing line checks, reading pre snap defense, taking snaps from center.

    My guess is they want him to master these first before worrying about the mechanics (which probably would need to be worked on in the off season).
    That "Simple ****" isn't really that simple, especially for someone who never did it in college. all of those things are a far bigger priority than his mechanics in terms of being ready for a backup role.

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  • Dedhed
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    Originally posted by manchambo View Post

    That's eye opening for someone who didn't get to see the game. He looked solid. Made some throws under pressure.

    Shows the danger of relying on commenters here--based on some people you would've thought he was terrible.
    There will be some people who will always only look at the negatives.

    He was much better than last week. There were some negatives: He was late reading a few blitzes, made one really poor decision throwing late off his back foot on the near INT, and his footwork was still rough at times.

    But the progress was obvious. He was much more decisive, getting the ball out on time much more often, Footwork was cleaner for the most part, made some throws that were legit high level NFL throws, he got through his progressions better, and I didn't see any balls that were outside the catchable radius of the intended target unless his arm was hit in the process of the throw.

    It was much more encouraging than last week where I was concerned. This week had me saying, "Hmm..Ok, there may be something here. Still a long way to go, but there is NFL potential there.

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  • Action
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    Originally posted by Drunken.Broncoholic2 View Post
    Maybe you’re confusing Hogan for him. Cause Hogan sucked and threw it in the dirt.


    Next game Lock should go number 2.
    Yeah they need to stop ****ing around with this. Lock isn't going to really beat out Hogan right now, Hogan looks like he knows what he's doing and what he wants to do, but just a back up caliber QB.

    Give Flacco reps with 1st team, let Lock come in with second team and learn. Hogan can go in at the end of the game if they really think it's necessary - but any reps not going to Lock right now to anyone not named Flacco is a major waste of resources.

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  • Action
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    I'm wondering if they're even working on his mechanics at all.

    Every time Fangio talks about Lock it sounds like they're starting from square 1 with him...simple **** like calling NFL plays, doing line checks, reading pre snap defense, taking snaps from center.

    My guess is they want him to master these first before worrying about the mechanics (which probably would need to be worked on in the off season).

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  • Drunken.Broncoholic2
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    Maybe you’re confusing Hogan for him. Cause Hogan sucked and threw it in the dirt.


    Next game Lock should go number 2.

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  • Action
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    Lock's game is so similar to a young Jay Cutler (Lock faster release). Both poor foot mechanics lol

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  • manchambo
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    Originally posted by Dedhed View Post

    Here's a link to every throw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPw0WZ_nkSU

    Please tell the time stamps where Lock threw into the dirt to wide open receivers. I'll wait....




    ....Forever, btw, because they aren't there.
    That's eye opening for someone who didn't get to see the game. He looked solid. Made some throws under pressure.

    Shows the danger of relying on commenters here--based on some people you would've thought he was terrible.

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  • Dedhed
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    Originally posted by -Rod- View Post
    After re-watching Lock's snaps, his best throws were the ones to Fumagalli [which even surprised the TE, as if the ball had materialized in his hands], Trinity Benson down the left side and the 2PC Winfree that reminded me of Cutler's TD pass to Tony Scheffler against the Chargers in 2008.

    However, I think there are plenty of things to be concerned about. His tendency to scramble for loss of yards instead of throwing the ball away: it was an issue in college [see the game vs South Carolina 2018] and he's not showing the awareness to stop doing it in the NFL.

    His lack of feel for the play in the pocket was a big issue in college and there were two clear examples yesterday. The structure is crumbling because of the pass rush, and he can see it, but he does not speed up the process. Muhammad should have picked up the blitz, but Lock was looking right at the free rusher, he knew what was coming, and Aston was open for an easy dump pass on the left. Even Muhammad was open for a dump pass when the defender went right by him. Lock just kept making his normal reads as if nothing was happening right in front of him.

    Same thing in the interception. The free rusher is right in front of Lock, but he continues to go through his throwing motion as if he were not going to get hit. That was a play to take the sack and live for the 4th down. Against Alabama in 2018, Lock kept fighting against a sack while holding the ball loosely, then he tried to switch the ball from his right hand to his left hand for no reason, and the play turned into a fumble recovered by Alabama.

    Last week, the DB missed a pick-six after Lock misfired the pass. Yesterday, another pick-six was dropped in the 4th quarter when Lock made an awful throw with no pressure, he was just very late and threw right into the DB's hands. That was a bizarre play for a QB that played a lot of football in the SEC. Even his last throw in the game was a mess, it was a low ball at the WR's ankle and the DB almost made the interception.

    There were 3 really good throws, the zone-read run was nice, but overall he was very erratic. He's not even stepping into his throws, his footwork is still dead despite all the coaching in the Senior Bowl, the work with Jordan Palmer and now OTAs/training camp. He misses the easy stuff because of his footwork and inconsistent accuracy. He needs lot of work, a lot of reps since he won't play this season, who knows how much he will learn on the bench since he won't have game reps to work on his mechanics and awareness, and it's imperative that the Broncos keep this system for the 2020 season and beyond.
    These are all valid points, and I don't think anyone would argue that there isn't still a lot of work for Lock to be NFL ready. However, the progress he showed between his reps in the HOF game and yesterday was pretty stark.

    I think everyone should be encouraged.

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  • Drunken.Broncoholic2
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    Originally posted by underrated29 View Post




    Your mom is
    Im sorry I could not resist. Taco and mods. DB and I are cool I am just messing with him.

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