Broncos’ Drew Lock finds Courtland Sutton for highlight-worthy first career touchdown pass
Drew Lock is officially an NFL quarterback. The rookie from Missouri got his first career regular-season playing time on Sunday, starting for the Denver Broncos’ divisional tilt with the Los Angeles Chargers.
After a forgettable first drive, Lock led the first touchdown drive of his career, marching the Broncos 80 yards downfield in 12 plays. Watch below.
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Lock found his go-to target, Courtland Sutton, for a 26-yard touchdown toss. While the throw to lead him was beautiful, the catch may have been better. Sutton went full-extension to haul in a one-handed touchdown, which will surely make its waves through the Twitter-sphere.
After recording his first touchdown, Lock had gone 6-for-9 passing for 54 yards and the score. His first two drives were certainly a promising sight for eager Broncos fans. Now he must build upon his first touchdown to lead an upset victory over a rival.
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