Earlier this week Royce Freeman Jersey , said that he saw the Hall of Fame Game as a learning opportunity and that remained his focus after going 7-of-11 for 34 yards against the Falcons on Thursday night.Kevin Hogan started the game and Lock took over in the second quarter and played into the second half in his first game action as an NFL player. Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said after the game that he was hoping for more from the second-round pick, but said rough patches were to be expected at this point in the calendar.Lock had a similar perspective and said it will be good to review the performance so he can continue to grow as a player.“I’ll rate it as a learning game,” Lock said, via the team’s website. “There’s definitely things I’ll learn there, but I’m excited that I’m sitting here and that was the first time ever stepping out on the field. It was the Hall of Fame game. It wasn’t the Super Bowl, it wasn’t the playoffs — so there’s a lot of things for me to learn, a lot of things for me to look forward to, to progress a little bit.”Lock said the “days are going to go by slow” until next week’s game against the Seahawks offers him a chance to show what he learned in his first time running the Denver offense. On 1st & 10 @ 10, former players, coaches Courtland Sutton Jersey , front office people, and a few fans bid farewell to Mr. B." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesMile High Report homepageHorizontal - WhiteMile High Reporta Denver Broncos communityFollow Mile High Report online:Follow Mile High Report on TwitterFollow Mile High Report on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchMile High Report main menuFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBroncosOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos ScheduleBroncos PodcastsBroncos Film RoomBroncos RosterBroncos Injury UpdatesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Broncos Country says goodbye to Pat BowlenNew,4commentsOn 1st & 10 @ 10, former players, coaches, front office people, and a few fans bid farewell to Mr. B.MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Broncos Country says goodbye to Pat BowlenTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailOne of my assignments today was to write up the daily 1st & 10 @ 10 article. Normally, I do Thursdays, but I needed to switch with Ian St. Clair. When I logged on to pick a clip from the show to cover, I realized Bradley Chubb Jersey , it might be very difficult for me to decide on which clip to write up. So, I am using them all.Obviously, with the passing of Pat Bowlen, the outpouring of support and well wishes has been a big part of today. Mr. B. meant so much to so many as owner of the Denver Broncos. The guest list included Broncos greats like Terrell Davis, Mike Shanahan, and Bill Romanowski, along with former Broncos GM Ted Sundquist, Ryan Edwards (who was on assignment), Steve Atwater, Rick Lewis Derek Wolfe Jersey , and our own Jefferey Essary. With all those guests, there was a common theme running through the show. Everyone loved Mr. B. When asked how he was doing, Romo said the news crushed him. Each guest had a unique story to tell about Mr. B. but each story made it clear how much the guests admired him. Terrell Davis described him as cool. Romo talked about his passion for winning. Shanahan talked about his competitiveness and his determination to win. Atwater called him a wonderful leader. The descriptions of Pat Bowlen point to the reason the Denver Broncos have been a model of greatness in his tenure as owner, but they also point to his love for his people.Pat Bowlen spent an NFL career building relationships, and caring for the people who worked for him. He demanded greatness, and they wanted to win for him. In his biggest moments he was always unselfish, and pointed to others for credit.There is no doubt that the Denver Broncos, and all of Broncos Country were made better by having Pat Bowlen as an owner. Indeed, the NFL will forever be grateful for what he meant to the league. Bonus ListenHave a listen to Jeffery Essary and his perspective on what Pat Bowlen meant to all of Broncos Country.