Broncos Pittsburgh – Drew Lock injured 26-21 at Denver Post

Broncos Pittsburgh - Drew Lock injured 26-21 at Denver Post

PITTSBURGH – During the 13th offensive game of Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Broncos were checked by a training staffer, quarterback Drew Lock bounced off the bench and mimicked the throwing speed to see if all his parts were working.

He fluttered his wings.

A second attempt was not necessary.

“It felt funny,” Lock said after the Broncos’ 26-21 defeat. “I wouldn’t blow it out in proportion to how funny it felt, but I’ve been throwing football all my life and I wouldn’t say it just seems normal off the bat.”

Lane was taken to the medical tent behind the bench and eventually to the locker room, where, like everyone else back home, the loss of the Broncos was seen on television.

The Broncos are 0-2, but uh-oh-2-2 may be a more appropriate description.

In just two weeks of the season, they have seen their quarterback, elite pass Rusher (Von Miller), top receiver (Kurtland Stun), best cornbuck (AJ Boy) and co-star Doddham (Philip Lindsay) go down.

Jeff Driscall was sacked by time quarterback Stevers 15th with 1:51 left in the fourth, Locke was long gone and the severity of his injury seemed like a trunk when he appeared for a post-game video conference with his right hand. In a sling. Two hours after the game, reports came out that Lok would be out for 2-6 weeks, but a league source said no schedule would be established until Lok took an MRI test on Monday morning and the diagnosis would be finalized.

“We’ll take it day in and day out,” Lock said. “I’m optimistic about it.”

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It makes one person in the Broncos Country.

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