Drew Lock Excels in First Start for Seahawks, Despite Turnovers

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Drew Lock Impresses In First Seahawks Start

  • Tyler Lockett praises Lock’s performance, highlighting his ability to lead the team and play at a high level.
  • Lock completed 22 of 31 passes for 269 yards and two touchdowns, but was intercepted twice, acknowledging the need to improve on turnovers.
  • Lock expresses his enjoyment of starting his first game in two seasons, despite the disappointment of not leading the team to a win.
  • Lock reflects on his performance, acknowledging areas for improvement while also recognizing the positive aspects of his game.
  • Drew Lock Impresses In First Seahawks Start

    Said Tyler Lockett, who led the Seahawks with six catches for 89 yards, “I thought Drew played great, man. He put us in a chance to be able to win, first drive, went down and scored, real bigtime for us. I think he did everything the coaches wanted him to do and more. I’m super proud of him for being able to come through, getting this opportunity and playing at a high level.”

    Lock’s Performance and Reflection

    Lock completed 22 of 31 passes for 269 yards and two touchdowns, but he was intercepted twice, once on a deep shot to Metcalf down the left sideline that he said he left too far inside, allowing a safety to make a play on it, and once late in the game when 49ers defensive end Chase Young hit Lock’s arm as he tried to launch a deep pass to Metcalf on fourth-and-long.

    “Obviously the turnovers, we can’t have them,” he said. “I left that ball inside on the long ball to DK, put that to the sideline, let him run underneath it, it could be a big play for us. The last one, it is what it is. But I thought I used my legs well, got the ball to a lot of different guys today, spread it around, made the big plays when they were there, stayed confident, stayed calm. Nothing threw me off the rocker today. Man, it was a blast being out there again. I’m trying to balance the feeling of, man, I finally played again, how good that feels to go out and play, but also not getting it done. It’s interesting, but I did have fun with those guys out there. I thought they came out and played their butts off, the O-line did a great job tonight, the guys got the ball in their hands and made plays.”

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