How The Broncos Stack Up Against The Texans
Drew Lock took over at quarterback for the Denver Broncos last week and led the team to a home win.
The second rounder from Missouri completed 18 of 28 passes for 134 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in his solid NFL debut.
Lock and Denver (4-8) now travel to face the AFC South-leading Houston Texans (8-4) at 11 a.m. on Sunday.
Lock should have opportunities through the air, as Houston ranks 28th in the league in passing yards allowed per game.
While the Broncos are hoping Lock can end the revolving door at quarterback, the Texans boast an MVP candidate at signal caller in Deshaun Watson — who has thrown for 3,133 yards and 23 touchdowns so far this season.
WHEN THE BRONCOS RUN THE BALL: Denver offense averaging 108 rushing yards per game (16th in the NFL) vs. Houston defense averaging 111 rushing yards per game (19th in the NFL).
WHEN THE BRONCOS PASS THE BALL: Denver offense averaging 187 passing yards per game (31st in the NFL) vs. Houston defense averaging 262 yards per game (28th in the NFL).
WHEN THE TEXANS RUN THE BALL: Houston offense averaging 129 rushing yards per game (7th in the NFL) vs. Denver defense averaging 113 yards per game (20th in the NFL).
WHEN THE TEXANS PASS THE BALL: Houston offense averaging 243 passing yards per game (12th in the NFL) vs. Denver defense averaging 210 yards per game (5th in the NFL).