Drew Lock
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Lock with the Broncos in 2019
No. 2 – Seattle Seahawks
Position:Quarterback
Personal information
Born: (1996-11-10) November 10, 1996 (age 27)
Marshall, Minnesota, U.S.
Height:6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Weight:228 lb (103 kg)
Career information
High school:Lee's Summit (Lee's Summit, Missouri)
College:Missouri (2015–2018)
NFL Draft:2019 / Round: 2 / Pick: 42
Career history
Roster status:Active
Career highlights and awards
  • First-team All-SEC (2017)
  • Second-team All-SEC (2018)
  • FBS passing touchdowns leader (2017)
Career NFL statistics as of Week 12, 2023
Passing attempts:722
Passing completions:425
Completion percentage:58.9%
TDINT:25–21
Passing yards:4,806
Passer rating:78.3
Player stats at NFL.com · PFR

Andrew Stephen Lock (born November 10, 1996) is an American football quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Missouri and was selected by the Denver Broncos in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

High school career

Lock attended Lee's Summit High School in Lee's Summit, Missouri.[1] As a junior, he passed for 3,060 yards and 37 touchdowns. As a senior in 2014, he was the Kansas City Star's All-Metro Player of the Year after passing for 2,731 yards and 28 touchdowns.[2] Lock was rated by Rivals as a four-star recruit and was ranked as the sixth-best pro-style quarterback in the 2015 class.[3] He committed to the University of Missouri to play college football.[4] He was considered a two-star basketball prospect as a shooting guard, but he retired from basketball after high school.[5]

Collegiate career

Lock began his collegiate career by going 6-for-10 for 138 yards and a touchdown in the 2015 season-opener against Southeast Missouri State while coming off the bench for two series.[6] He took over as Mizzou's starting quarterback over the final eight games of 2015.[7] In a 24–10 win over South Carolina, he became the school's first true freshman to start at quarterback since Corby Jones in 1995,[8] going 21-for-28 for 136 yards and a pair of touchdowns.[9] Against BYU at Arrowhead Stadium, Lock was 19-of-28 for a career-best 244 yards and a touchdown while also setting career highs in both passer rating and passing yards while posting his second-best completion percentage of the season.[10] He finished the season 129-of-263 for 1,332 yards, four passing touchdowns, and eight interceptions to go along with a rushing touchdown.[7]

In Missouri's second game of the 2016 season, Lock completed 24-for-37 for a career-high 450 yards while tying a school record with five touchdowns against Eastern Michigan in Mizzou's home opener.[11][12] He tossed for three more touchdowns on 23-of-38 passing in Missouri's 28–27 loss to Georgia.[13] His passing total of 1,106 yards was more than any Mizzou quarterback in his first three games ever. He played only the first half against Delaware State, but put up huge numbers in the 79–0 win. In the first half alone, he completed 26 of 36 passes for 402 yards while matching the school record with five touchdowns.[14] He closed his season by sparking a second-half 17-point comeback with a 67-yard touchdown pass to Johnathon Johnson against Arkansas.[15] He finished that game going 16-for-26 with 268 yards and a score.[16] Lock finished the 2016 season with 3,399 passing yards, 23 passing touchdowns, and ten interceptions to go along with a rushing touchdown.[17] Lock finished the 2016 regular season ranked second in the SEC in passing yards (3,399)[18]

In the Tigers' 2017 season opener, Lock passed for 521 yards, seven touchdowns, and one interception in a victory over Missouri State.[19] On October 21, against Idaho, he had 467 passing yards, six touchdowns, and one interception to break a five-game losing streak for Missouri.[20] On November 24, on the road against Arkansas, he had 448 yards, five passing touchdowns, and two interceptions.[21] In the 2017 season, Lock led the NCAA (FBS) and set the SEC and Missouri record for passing touchdowns (44) while helping the Tigers reach a bowl game after starting the season 1–5.[22][23][24] He finished the season with 242-of-419 passing (57.8%) for 3,964 yards with 44 touchdowns and 13 interceptions (165.7 rtg.).[25] Lock was selected to the First-team All-SEC.[26]

Lock helped lead Missouri to a 3–0 start with 11 passing touchdowns and one interception in the stretch against UT Martin, Wyoming, and Purdue.[27][28][29] On October 20, against Memphis, he passed for 350 yards and four touchdowns in the win.[30] Missouri closed out the regular season with a four-game winning streak against Florida, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, and Arkansas where Lock had nine passing touchdowns to two interceptions while having three rushing touchdowns. In the 2018 season, Lock had 3,498 passing yards, 28 passing touchdowns, and eight interceptions to go along with six rushing touchdowns.[31] He led the SEC in pass attempts and completions in the 2018 season.[32] Lock finished his college football career with a total of 108 (99 passing, 9 rushing) touchdowns.[33]

Statistics

Missouri Tigers
Season Games Passing Rushing
GP GS Record Cmp Att Pct Yds Avg TD Int Rtg Att Yds Avg TD
2015 12 8 2–6 129 263 49.0 1,332 5.1 4 8 90.5 52 28 0.5 1
2016 12 12 4–8 237 434 54.6 3,399 7.8 23 10 133.3 52 123 2.4 1
2017 13 13 7–6 242 419 57.8 3,964 9.5 44 13 165.7 43 111 2.6 1
2018 13 13 8–5 275 437 62.9 3,498 8.0 28 8 147.7 55 135 3.2 6
Career 50 46 21–25 883 1,553 56.9 12,193 7.9 99 39 138.8 201 437 2.2 9

Professional career

Pre-draft measurables
Height Weight Arm length Hand span 40-yard dash 10-yard split 20-yard split 20-yard shuttle Three-cone drill Vertical jump Broad jump Wonderlic
6 ft 3+34 in
(1.92 m)
228 lb
(103 kg)
32+12 in
(0.83 m)
9 in
(0.23 m)
4.69 s 1.61 s 2.74 s 4.12 s 7.03 s 31 in
(0.79 m)
9 ft 4 in
(2.84 m)
26
All values from NFL Combine[34][35]

Denver Broncos

Lock on the sidelines during a game

Lock was selected by the Denver Broncos in the second round as the 42nd overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.[36][37][38]

2019

See also: 2019 Denver Broncos season

Lock suffered a thumb injury in the preseason and was placed on injured reserve on September 1, 2019.[39] He was designated for return from injured reserve on November 12, 2019, and resumed practicing with the team.

On November 30, 2019, the Broncos activated Lock off of injured reserve and named him the starter for their game the next day against the Los Angeles Chargers.[40] He threw for 134 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception, and he moved the Broncos down the field in the last 15 seconds (via a pass interference penalty on the Chargers' Casey Heyward Jr.) to set up a Brandon McManus 53-yard field goal as time expired, leading the Broncos to a 23–20 win, his first NFL victory.[41]

During Week 14 against the Houston Texans, a game in which the Texans were favored by nine points, Lock threw three touchdowns in the first half and led another scoring drive to start the second half, giving his team a 38–3 lead. The Broncos eventually won the game 38–24, and Lock finished with 309 passing yards, three touchdowns, and an interception.[42] He ended up starting the remainder of the season.

In five games, he finished with 1,020 passing yards, seven touchdowns, and three interceptions.[43] He went 4–1 as a starter in 2019 and in the process, tied with legendary Broncos quarterback John Elway for the most franchise wins by a rookie QB with four, only needing five games to accomplish the feat that Elway did not reach until his 10th game.[44]

2020

See also: 2020 Denver Broncos season

In Week 1 against the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football, Lock threw for 216 yards and a touchdown during the 16–14 loss.[45] In Week 2, he left the game early in the first quarter with a shoulder injury against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Without Lock the Broncos lost the game 26–21.[46]

Lock would return from his injury in the Broncos' Week 6 matchup against the New England Patriots. In the game, Lock had only 189 yards passing and two interceptions, but the Broncos won the game 18–12 thanks to six Brandon McManus field goals.[47] With the win, Lock became the youngest quarterback ever to defeat the Patriots at Gillette Stadium under head coach Bill Belichick, as well as the second quarterback to do so while throwing multiple interceptions (Kurt Warner also accomplished the feat back in 2001). In Week 8 against the Los Angeles Chargers, he had 248 passing yards, three passing touchdowns, and one interception in the 31–30 comeback victory.[48] The third touchdown pass was a game-winning one-yard pass to K. J. Hamler with no time remaining.[49] In Week 9 against the Atlanta Falcons, Lock threw for 313 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception and rushed for 47 yards and another touchdown in the 34–27 loss.[50]

In Week 10 against the Las Vegas Raiders, Lock would have the worst passing performance of his career, throwing for 257 yards, one touchdown, and 4 interceptions during the 37–12 loss.[51] On November 28, 2020, Lock was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list after coming in close contact with Jeff Driskel, who tested positive for the virus.[52] Lock and the other three quarterbacks on the Broncos roster were fined by the team for violating COVID-19 protocols.[53] He was activated on December 1.[54] In Week 14, against the Carolina Panthers, he had 280 passing yards and four passing touchdowns in the 32–27 victory.[55] In Week 17 against the Las Vegas Raiders, Lock threw for 339 yards and 2 touchdowns during the 32–31 loss.[56]

Lock finished the 2020 season with 16 touchdowns and 15 interceptions, tied for the most interceptions in the NFL with Carson Wentz, despite only playing in 13 games. His completion percentage of 57.3% was the lowest among the 35 quarterbacks with at least 150 passing attempts in 2020.[57][58]

2021

See also: 2021 Denver Broncos season

Lock spent the 2021 preseason in a competition with newly acquired quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. On August 25, Bridgewater was named the starter for week 1[59] ahead of Lock, after a close battle in the first and second preseason games.

Lock played in Week 4 against the Baltimore Ravens after Bridgewater suffered a concussion. He completed 12 of 21 (57.1%) passes for a total of 113 yards and an interception, resulting in a 52.3 QB rating in the 23–7 loss.[60][61] Lock entered the Week 12 game against the Los Angeles Chargers late in the first half after a leg injury temporarily sidelined Teddy Bridgewater. Lock completed 4 of 7 (57.1%) for a total of 26 yards and an interception, resulting in a QB rating of 25.6 in the 28–13 win.[62] Bridgewater reentered and finished the game in the second half.[63] Lock also came in the Broncos Week 15 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals after Bridgewater left the game with a concussion. He completed 6 of 12 passes (50%) for 88 yards and a touchdown, and lost a fumble in the 15–10 loss.[64]

Lock was named the starter for the Broncos Week 16 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders due to Bridgewater's injury.[65] Lock threw for 153 yards, and no touchdowns or interceptions in the 17–13 loss.[66] Lock would be the starter for the remainder of the season after Bridgewater was placed on injured reserve.[67] Against the Kansas City Chiefs, Lock completed 12/24 passes (50%) for 162 yards, rushed for 35 yards, and rushed for two touchdowns becoming the first Broncos quarterback to rush for two touchdowns since Tim Tebow in 2011 in the 28–24 loss.[68]

Seattle Seahawks

2022

On March 16, 2022, Lock was traded to the Seattle Seahawks along with two first-round picks, two second-round picks, a fifth-round pick, defensive lineman Shelby Harris, and tight end Noah Fant in exchange for quarterback Russell Wilson.[69] Upon arriving in Seattle, Lock changed his jersey number from #3, which he had worn in Denver and at Missouri, to #2, telling reporters he did so both out of respect for Wilson, who wore #3, and out of a desire to "write my own story."[70] After competing with Geno Smith for three preseason games, Smith was named the starter, relegating Lock to a backup role for the regular season.[71] He never took the field during his first season in Seattle as Smith took every snap.[72]

2023

Lock re-signed with the Seahawks on March 20, 2023.[73]

Filling in mid-game for an injured Smith, Lock took the helm on October 2 against the Giants. He led the Seahawks on a 75-yard drive that resulted in a touchdown and was replaced later in the game by Smith.[74]

Lock was once again put into the game for Smith during a game against the rival Los Angeles Rams on November 19, 2023, at SoFi Stadium. Smith had been momentarily sidelined with an elbow injury following a tackle by Rams’ linebacker Ernest Jones and defensive tackle Aaron Donald.[75][76] Lock played particularly poorly as he only managed to complete 2 of 6 passes, including a critical interception to Rams' cornerback Derion Kendrick as Seattle was desperate to maintain their lead of the game.[77][78][79]

NFL career statistics

Legend
Led the league
Bold Career high
Year Team Games Passing Rushing Sacks Fumbles
GP GS Record Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A Lng TD Int Rtg Att Yds Avg Lng TD Sck SckY Fum Lost
2019 DEN 5 5 4–1 100 156 64.1 1,020 6.5 48 7 3 89.7 18 72 4.0 12 0 5 26 3 1
2020 DEN 13 13 4–9 254 443 57.3 2,933 6.6 92 16 15 75.4 44 160 3.6 16 3 19 123 8 3
2021 DEN 6 3 0–3 67 111 60.4 787 7.1 44 2 2 80.4 10 53 5.3 23 2 9 52 2 1
2022 SEA 0 0 DNP
2023 SEA 2 0 4 12 33.3 66 5.5 51 0 1 18.1 1 11 11.0 11 0 0 0 0 0
Career 26 21 8–13 425 722 58.9 4,806 6.7 92 25 21 78.3 73 296 4.1 23 5 33 201 13 5

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