2022 Player Outlook
After being thrust into the starting job after Teddy Bridgewater was injured, Drew Lock was not good, to say the least. He completed just 67 passes in six games and only passed for two touchdowns. The Seattle Seahawks traded for him in the blockbuster Russell Wilson trade, but he will likely stay in a game manager role in a system that leans heavily on the run. He gets an upgrade at receiver in D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, but his deep ball accuracy leaves much to be desired. Lock is not someone you should be targeting in your drafts.