The first joint practice session yesterday had its ups and downs for the Denver Broncos. Overall, the defense played pretty well, but the offensive line was abused throughout the day. That offensive line play led to some poor decisions by Drew Lock and a few interceptions. Teddy Bridgewater was the most consistent guy and had the most success moving the ball.
Hopefully we’ll see a bounce back type day for Lock, since this is his week to shine as the team’s starter going into Saturday’s game against these Minnesota Vikings.
What do you hope to see from today’s joint practice session?
Broncos camp continues today with joint practices with the Vikings. Join us in the comments section below to discuss the morning reports from the media.