Better run game would help settle Broncos QB Drew Lock

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Better run game would help settle Broncos QB Drew Lock

Gordon and Lindsay unable to take pressure of Denver’s QB
Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock hands the ball off to running back Phillip Lindsay during the first half last weekend against the Las Vegas Raiders. Lindsay has shown spurts of solid play but has been held to only 312 yards so far this year.
Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordon has been a bust for his new team after signing a two-year deal in the offseason.

Better run game would help settle Broncos QB Drew Lock

Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock hands the ball off to running back Phillip Lindsay during the first half last weekend against the Las Vegas Raiders. Lindsay has shown spurts of solid play but has been held to only 312 yards so far this year.
Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordon has been a bust for his new team after signing a two-year deal in the offseason.
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Broncos beat

Drew Lock was sore Friday morning after returning to practice the day before “but that’s to be expected because he hadn’t really done much since Sunday,” coach Vic Fangio said. Later, Lock again looked good moving and throwing at practice. ... The Broncos announced this weekend’s game will be the last this season with fans in the stands due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in Colorado. ... Three starters were added to the injury report and listed as questionable, including CB Bryce Callahan, who was sick and missed practice. RG Graham Glasgow (calf) and DL DeShawn Williams (ankle) were limited.

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