In the past two days, there has been a lot of discussion about Drew Lock. General Motors John Elway (John Elway) revealed on Tuesday that the Denver Broncos are “still as they see” about Locke and believe that he can be a good quarterback, and head coach Vic Vangey Vic Fangio said that he would like to see more “good” elements in his game.
Both Elway and Fangio emphasized the importance of Lock showing better “consistency”
Even the cornerback of the Los Angeles Chargers, Chris Harris (Jr.) joined Lock’s conversation and made a critical attitude towards QB’s mistakes, while admiring him and warning against letting the kids” go to bed”. It’s Thursday, and it’s time for Pat Shurmur to participate in the Lock discussion, and the offensive coordinator started by praising his QB.
“Well, in every field. I think he showed the ability to do a lot of really good things, and as you become a quarterback, we start talking about consistency.” Shurmur said. Do it over and over again, and have a full understanding of the situation and where the ball should go, and make sure we are running in the right direction, making sure we manage the line of faceoff properly. I think he did a good job in some aspects. “
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There is “C” again. consistency. Locke’s only stable performance this season is his instability.
But what does Shurmur hope to see from Lock to end this season?
“As the seasons pass, there are fewer and fewer,’OK, what the hell is that?” From our perspective, it’s good,” Shurmur said. “All things about improvement are just consistency. Do it over and over again. This is very important, but you have to do it over and over again and you have to be consistent before you can play a role in winning football. Everything goes hand in hand. “
Allow me to summarize. Since Lock first took office last year, these wild horses have been attracted by his flash, and this situation has continued until this year.
The problem is, these flickers are too error-prone, or quoting Elway too “up and down”. What worries everyone (including his coach) is that Locke is happy to repeat the same mistakes time and time again.
Repeat offenders are a feature that OC Rich Scangarello didn’t have before last year. However, under Shurmur’s supervision, Lock became a repeat offender.
The Broncos told Locke Telegraph that they liked what they saw from him, and even admitted that this season away from the team, they saw the team fight COVID-19, injuries and the NFL in three battles. What Elway, Fanggio and Shurmur want to see now is consistency.
This doesn’t mean that Locke has to be Aaron Rodgers, or that he has to play four touchdowns in every game as he did in Carolina two weeks ago. This just means that Locke needs to schedule the attack on time, don’t turn the ball over, stay calm and command in the melee, and then execute.
It sounds like a high request. But this is the prerequisite for becoming an NFL QB. If Locke wants to hang himself in the National Football League (NFL) and participate in the audition for the future franchise QB in Denver before 2021, then it needs to do so.
Defeating Justin Herbert again can only rely on leading from the front instead of relying on the miraculous fourth quarter to do this. This will ease some concerns and encourage the team in the Broncos Country. The first step of the brass “consistent” message is heard clearly.
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