Drew Lock might've been the biggest winner of the 2020 offseason. The Denver Broncos went all-in on surrounding their franchise quarterback with talent, adding Jerry Jeudy, KJ Hamler, Albert Okwuegbunam, and Melvin Gordon to a skill-position group that already featured Courtland Sutton, Noah Fant and Phillip Lindsay.
Entering year two in what is arguably the NFL's most-improved offense, Lock carries major upside in the 2020 fantasy football season.
Drew Lock Fantasy Value
Relying on a QB who averaged only 204.0 passing yards per game last season is obviously risky, but Denver's skill-position group is now undeniably among the league's best. It's not hard to imagine him making a huge leap forward next season.
While he won't likely be drafted as a starting QB next year, he'd be a great target as an upside backup or a streaming option.
And despite being saddled with last year's underwhelming offense, Lock did flash some high-level potential at times in 2019. He flat-out torched the Houston Texans' secondary in Week 14, completing 22-of-27 passes for 309 yards and three touchdowns.
Fantasy owners shouldn't overreact to Denver's stellar offseason, as Lock should be little more than a late-round flier in standard one-QB leagues. He's definitely a name to keep an eye on throughout the year, though, as he's got real value in dynasty leagues, two-QB formats and as a streaming option.
Lock is best viewed a classic low-risk, high-reward investment going forward.
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