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www.milehighreport.com 8 hours ago
Close game on the horizon for Chiefs at Broncos

Close game on the horizon for Chiefs at Broncos

Photo by Nick Tre. Smith/Icon Sportswire via Kansas City will be a big test for the Broncos on Sunday, but there are opportunities for Denver to exploit matchups and stay competitive. Five years is a long time. Yet that’s how long it’s been since the Denver Broncos last beat the Kansas City Chiefs. The last time the Broncos beat Kansas City? Week 2 of the 2015 regular season. Every game Denver has played in this rivalry since then has been a Chiefs win. Is Sunday finally the time that Drew Lock and the Broncos finally beat the Chiefs? On the MHR Radio Podcast, Adam Malnati...
www.milehighreport.com 9 hours ago
Can we pump the brakes on the Drew Lock hate?

Can we pump the brakes on the Drew Lock hate?

Photo by Billie Weiss/ Ignore the stats geeks on Drew Lock...he looks like a 2nd year guy who’s learning to me. This fan base loves them some quarterback drama. They almost love it more than stats geeks love to be wrong and bloviate. I’ve got a ton of respect for the guys at footballoutsiders.com and for others on our blog or elsewhere that pour their heart into reviewing football. It is our passion after all. We love football and cheering for our teams. But at the end of their article looking over the latest Broncos game (which has a lot of excellent points), the author goes full on...
The Denver Post Oct 19, 2020
Keeler: Why Broncos have a shot at the playoffs, and nobody should apologize for beating a bad Bill Belichick team

Keeler: Why Broncos have a shot at the playoffs, and nobody should apologize for beating a bad Bill Belichick team

The right tackle isn’t a turnstile. The left tackle isn’t a flag waiting to happen. Drew Lock’s back, swaggering like he never left. Phillip Lindsay’s back, running angry. Running with a point to prove. As long as they’re upright, the Broncos have a chance.
The Denver Post Oct 19, 2020
Kiszla vs. O’Halloran: Is Broncos quarterback Drew Lock ready to outduel Patrick Mahomes?

Kiszla vs. O’Halloran: Is Broncos quarterback Drew Lock ready to outduel Patrick Mahomes?

Take away multiple drops by his receivers, especially the unbelievable flub by DaeSean Hamilton, and Lock's grade would've been much, much higher. He's young. He's brash. Is he ready to beat Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs?
Predominantly Orange Oct 19, 2020

Drew Lock shows good and bad in win on the road vs. Patriots

Drew Lock showed some good and some bad in return to the field vs. Patriots. Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock, fair or not, is under a lot of pressure. The Broncos and really any NFL team would love to see the kind of instant, seemingly overnight success stories like Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes, Baltimore’s Lamar […] Drew Lock shows good and bad in win on the road vs. Patriots - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
www.milehighreport.com Oct 19, 2020
The Broncos use returning players to grab the win

The Broncos use returning players to grab the win

Photo by Billie Weiss/ But the defense stole the show. The return of Drew Lock. It brought a little bit of Joy to Broncos Country. And, as I told Ian on the MHR Radio Podcast, it brought a great final score, 18-12. It also brought some joy to Tim Patrick, who hauled in 4 of his 8 targets for 101 yards. Albert Okwuegbunam enjoyed the return of his former college teammate, as he saw 6 targets in his first game in the NFL. Sunday marked the return of Phillip Lindsay, who was back from his turf toe injury. He contributed 23 rushes for 101 yards. Here’s the thing, the offense was solid,...
www.milehighreport.com Oct 19, 2020
Drew Lock joins elite group of Broncos quarterbacks to have beaten Belichick’s Patriots

Drew Lock joins elite group of Broncos quarterbacks to have beaten Belichick’s Patriots

Paul Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports It feels so good. Living in New England has been an interesting experience for me. I find that they are some of the kindest, giving, caring people I’ve encountered. However, there is just one big character flaw: They root for the Patriots. It’s an experience not unlike finding out that the gentle old man down the street eats live rabbits. While there is much for my neighbors to celebrate with their team, I am always quick to point out that their NFL dominance extends to all but one team, mine. All time, the Denver Broncos are 31-23 against first the...
The Denver Post Oct 18, 2020
Drew Lock is 1-0 against Bill Belichick, making it a win to remember even if the Broncos QB had a stat line to forget

Drew Lock is 1-0 against Bill Belichick, making it a win to remember even if the Broncos QB had a stat line to forget

Drew Lock's stat line was about as pretty as the roadkill along I-70. And yes, we know the first interception of the fourth quarter had you reaching for the Pepto. And the second one had you grasping for something even stronger.
NESN.com Oct 18, 2020

Broncos’ Drew Lock Claims Noteworthy Record After Win Vs. Patriots

Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock accomplished something that countless young signal-callers have not been able to do: beat Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. Add in the fact that Sunday’s game, a 18-12 Broncos’ win, was played at Gillette Stadium and Lock literally is on a list all by himself. The 23-year-old is the […] The post Broncos’ Drew Lock Claims Noteworthy Record After Win Vs. Patriots appeared first on NESN.com.
www.milehighreport.com Oct 18, 2020
7 winners, 1 loser from the Broncos 18-12 win over the Patriots

7 winners, 1 loser from the Broncos 18-12 win over the Patriots

Photo by Billie Weiss/ It was far from perfect or beautiful for the Broncos, but all that matters is they got the win on the road. Tis never a bad day when the Denver Broncos leave Foxborough with a win. And that’s exactly what Drew Lock, Vic Fangio and the Broncos did on Sunday after their 18-12 victory over Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. Hmm, 18-12. That, as Adam Malnati said to end the MHR Radio Podcast, just feels right. It was far from perfect or beautiful, but all that matters is the win. The fact Denver (2-3) is able to work on its issues after a win is a heck...
The Denver Post Oct 18, 2020
Broncos survive late Patriots rally, get first win in New England since 2006

Broncos survive late Patriots rally, get first win in New England since 2006

Kicker Brandon McManus made a franchise-record six field goals, helping the Broncos overcome not scoring any touchdowns and two Drew Lock fourth-quarter interceptions to beat the Patriots 18-12.
www.milehighreport.com Oct 18, 2020
Final Score: Broncos avoid fourth quarter miscues to escape with win over Patriots

Final Score: Broncos avoid fourth quarter miscues to escape with win over Patriots

Paul Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports The Denver Broncos held on for an 18-12 win over the New England Patriots in Week 6. The Broncos defense is pretty damn good. The Denver Broncos came out to play their first game in 17 days like a team who was very ready for it. The offense was great between the 20s early and the defense forced turnovers as they built an 18-3 lead heading into the fourth quarter. A game was made of it late as the New England Patriots scored the games first touchdown midway through the final quarter. Interceptions on back-to-back throws by Drew Lock breathed life into the...
The Denver Post Oct 18, 2020
WATCH: Broncos’ Drew Lock connects on 35-yd pass to Tim Patrick against Patriots

WATCH: Broncos’ Drew Lock connects on 35-yd pass to Tim Patrick against Patriots

For the second time in the game Sunday, Broncos quarterback Drew Lock connected on a long pass down the right side to Tim Patrick against the Patriots.
www.milehighreport.com Oct 18, 2020
Broncos at Patriots second quarter recap

Broncos at Patriots second quarter recap

Photo by Maddie Meyer/ The Denver Broncos keep kicking field goals taking a 12-3 lead into halftime over the New England Patriots. The Denver Broncos would open the second quarter with Drew Lock hitting Albert Okwuegbunam over the middle who would turn it up field for an 18-yard gain to the New England Patriots 40-yard line. Something tells me Albert O won't be inactive anymore. pic.twitter.com/L3iuNHPIra— Joe Rowles (@JoRo_NFL) October 18, 2020 Lock would almost be picked on the next play going deep to Tim Patrick in the end zone. However, two plays later on third and eight,...
www.milehighreport.com Oct 18, 2020
Broncos at Patriots first quarter recap

Broncos at Patriots first quarter recap

Photo by Maddie Meyer/ The Denver Broncos are up 6-0 over the New England Patriots after one quarter of play. The Denver Broncos opened up the game doing what they usually do - losing the opening coin toss. The New England Patriots deferred to the second half to bring out Drew Lock and the Broncos offense to start the game. Two plays into the game, Drew Lock went deep down the field to Tim Patrick for a 41-yard gain down to the Patriots 30-yard line. Drew Lock is back baby. pic.twitter.com/bs38bJ0Eb9— Joe Rowles (@JoRo_NFL) October 18, 2020 Again two plays later, Lock went deep...

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