Lock took over as Denver’s starter in Week 13 and proceeded to toss five touchdowns in his first two games. Unfortunately, that success didn’t continue as he was only able to muster two total touchdown passes against the Chiefs, Lions and Raiders over the final three games. His 13.6 PPG equates to low-end QB2 numbers, but there are a few reasons for optimism heading into 2020. Sophomore quarterbacks who struggle to produce in year one typically see their PPG increase by 25% in year two. Also, the Broncos made a concerted effort to improve his receiving corps by drafting Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler to go along with Courtland Sutton and Noah Fant. Lock projects to have one of the tougher schedules at his position but he should be a streamer in 2020.