Broncos' Drew Lock (shoulder) "set to start" Week 6
Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock is expected to start in Sunday's Week 6 game against the New England Patriots, according to Mike Klis of NBC Denver.
Lock was officially listed as questionable to play heading into the weekend, but this report seems to confirm his availability for Sunday's game. His official status won't be released until roughly 11:30 a.m. ET, but assume that Lock will be active and starting against a stout Patriots defense.
Our models project Lock for 239.2 passing yards, 1.3 touchdowns and 14.9 FanDuel points.
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