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It’s a bit hard to quantify because he looked more comfortable last year, but we’ve definitely seen growth from what we saw in October and early November. He actually couldn’t seem to stop himself from rolling to his right and throwing a horrible no chance ball downfield at every opportunity. He’s gotten way more comfortable playing from the pocket. Generally making less bad decisions. Checking the ball down. Dealing with blitzes. We’re seeing growth in all these areas.

Is it translating to great production? No. But there’s no question he’s more comfortable. 

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21 minutes ago, BroncoBruin said:

It’s a bit hard to quantify because he looked more comfortable last year, but we’ve definitely seen growth from what we saw in October and early November. He actually couldn’t seem to stop himself from rolling to his right and throwing a horrible no chance ball downfield at every opportunity. He’s gotten way more comfortable playing from the pocket. Generally making less bad decisions. Checking the ball down. Dealing with blitzes. We’re seeing growth in all these areas.

Is it translating to great production? No. But there’s no question he’s more comfortable. 

Those are good points. He's definitely still a work in progress, no doubt about that, but seems to be taking some steps in the right direction.

Just to remind everyone who he was coming out of college, here are three separate reviews from the Draft Network. It's a pretty interesting read and obviously accurate now that we've seen him for two years.

https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/drew-lock/hnf4sKIXCi

 

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4 hours ago, AKRNA said:

Those are good points. He's definitely still a work in progress, no doubt about that, but seems to be taking some steps in the right direction.

Just to remind everyone who he was coming out of college, here are three separate reviews from the Draft Network. It's a pretty interesting read and obviously accurate now that we've seen him for two years.

https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/drew-lock/hnf4sKIXCi

 

Player comparison is Paxton Lynch.  

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4 hours ago, AKRNA said:

Those are good points. He's definitely still a work in progress, no doubt about that, but seems to be taking some steps in the right direction.

Just to remind everyone who he was coming out of college, here are three separate reviews from the Draft Network. It's a pretty interesting read and obviously accurate now that we've seen him for two years.

https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/drew-lock/hnf4sKIXCi

 

I think middle of the field on rpos are when Drew is this most accurate tbh that tennessee game that was working beautifully until Gordon fumbles.

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