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After he lost the Broncos starting job to Teddy Bridgewater, these 3 groups ought to trade for Drew Lock
On Wednesday, the Denver Broncos selected their starting quarterback entering into the 2021 season. Teddy Bridgewater won the preseason fight with Drew Lock, casting the future of the former starter and 2019 second-round choice into doubt.
Picking up the rumors surrounding Lock, the Broncos have actually quiickly gotten it out that they have no intent to trade Lock. Of course intentions/plans can and do change, and in between now and Week 1 a group could make a deal for Lock that cant be declined.
Lock has revealed pledge, however he has actually likewise been inconsistent. At least in the meantime, the Broncos have actually exchanged his greater ceiling for the steadier presence Bridgewater uses. That being said, keeping Lock around as the No. 2 quarterback makes sense for Denver. It also makes no sense, from an utilize viewpoint, to say theyre open to trading him.
As final lineup cuts method and lineup mixes occur, these 3 groups ought to have a trade for Lock on their radar.
3 groups who need to trade for Broncos QB Drew Lock.
3. Pittsburgh Steelers
Ben Roethlisberger may be in better shape, however 2021 feels like it will be his last season. The Steelers do not have a clear succession plan, though former first-round pick Dwayne Haskins is making his case to be in the mix this preseason.
The Steelers most likely wont be bad enough to get one of the top quarterback potential customers in the 2022 draft. So trading for the 24-year old Lock (25 on Nov. 10) makes a great deal of sense, and it will not cost more than a mid-round pick.
Lock has actually shown promise, however he has likewise been irregular. That being said, keeping Lock around as the No. 2 quarterback makes sense for Denver. It likewise makes no sense, from a take advantage of viewpoint, to state theyre open to trading him.