Vic Fangio is offering Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater equal opportunity to win the beginning quarterback work. By the end of the first day of Broncos Training Camp, neither had actually created splitting up, which is to be anticipated.
The fight in between Lock as well as Bridgewater should be a tight one and also can last with the preseason. The victor could simply be the guy who makes less mistakes.
” Every day I just take the strategy that it’s my very first time learning it. That way, I’m never seeming like I recognize too much. That keeps me based. That maintains me secured,” Teddy Bridgewater stated.
Being under a microscope in an intense competition can draw out the most awful in some. After contending for his task the past two periods, Lock has found out exactly how to climb above and also remain solid emotionally.
” Once you start getting involved ‘Oh Teddy won the day or I won the day,’ I believe it becomes a little less concerning this group and also us improving and more about on your own. When things can kind of take a descending toll, that’s. That’s definitely something I’m not mosting likely to be obtaining myself right into,” Lock claimed.
Teddy Bridgewater For Bridgewater, staying emotionally strong is simply component of his make-up.
” I’m a survivor. Toss me in the jungle, and also I’m going to bring out a fur coat and a headband that I constructed from out some leaves. It’s concerning surviving at this moment,” Bridgewater said.
When it’s all stated and also done, the competition between Lock and also Bridgewater will certainly make both gamers much better. A lot more importantly, it will make the Denver Broncos better.
” The major goal, besides this competition, is for us to begin winning video games below,” Lock stated.
” It’s all about making our squad much better. One of my fantastic advisors would state, just get your group ultimately zone,” Bridgewater said.