#1 Broncos coach Vic Fangio said after the game von zhangzk 03.12.2019 02:41

Quarterback play was ugly at the Hall of Fame Game John Elway Jersey White , and that included Drew Lock, the Broncos’ second-round rookie. that he had hoped to see a better outing from Lock in his first preseason game.“I was hoping for more, but [I’m] not surprised,” Fangio said. “He’s still got a lot of work to do. I thought his accuracy wasn’t clean all the time along with his reads, but that’s to be expected. We’ve got four more games and we’ve got to get him ready — more ready than he is right now.”Lock completed 7 of 11 passes for 34 yards. He was sacked twice, losing 15 yards, and scrambled once for six yards, which means that on Lock’s 14 dropbacks the Broncos totaled just 25 yards, an ugly average of 1.8 yards per play. The best thing Lock did to gain yardage for the Broncos was pick up a highly questionable 15-yard unnecessary roughness penalty for a hit at the end of that six-yard run.After the game, Lock gave himself a mixed assessment.“I think it’s what you can expect from an opener Womens Royce Freeman Jersey ,” Lock said. “A couple ups, a couple downs — but it’s good that we can look at it. There’s a lot of things we can work on, especially myself, and go in and get ready for the next one.”Joe Flacco solidified his status as the Broncos’ starting quarterback without even playing. That could mean the legend of Andy Janovich will grow even larger for the Broncos in the 2019 season." Denver Broncos PodcastsFullback will likely see bigger role in Scangarello’s offenseNew,6commentsThat could mean the legend of Andy Janovich will grow even larger for the Broncos in the 2019 season.MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Fullback will likely see bigger role in Scangarello’s offenseTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailMatt Maiocco brings an interesting perspective on the Denver Broncos. Since he covers the San Francisco 49ers for NBC Sports Bay Area, he has a better understanding than most of what the Broncos offense will look like under Rich Scangarello. Scangarello was the 49ers quarterbacks coach in 2018 and will run a similar offense in Denver. So who better to talk about what the Broncos will do at fullback and tight end than Maiocco? On Friday’s 1st & 10 @ 10 on Orange and Blue 760, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater talked about those two positions in particular. Maiocco said he would expect Scangarello to utilize Andy Janovich in a similar fashion that Kyle Shanahan used Kyle Juszczyk. Maiocco added that Shanahan finds the weakness of a defense and exploits it. One way to do that is a versatile fullback. If defenses put their focus on the tight ends and running backs, that leaves the fullback with opportunities to make plays. That could mean the legend of Janovich will grow even larger in 2019. As for the tight end, look no further than the success of George Kittle for what Denver hopes to (eventually) get from Noah Fant. As a reminder: The Broncos and 49ers will hold joint practices at the UCHealth Training Center before the preseason game on Aug. 19 in Denver.Bonus listen I joined the guys to talk about the most important thing I want to see when training camp starts in less than three weeks and the position battles that will be must-see competition.

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