2016 Outlook: The Broncos moved up to the 26th pick to draft Lynch, who enjoyed a highly productive tenure at Memphis. The rookie is massive at 6-foot-7, 244 pounds, and he is extremely mobile for his size, which has earned him comparisons to Joe Flacco. He has good arm strength and is fairly accurate with his throws. His 0.9 percent interception rate was the best among QB prospects in April's draft, but Lynch played a conservative game at Memphis: His average depth of throw was just 7.6 yards. Lynch may not open the season as Denver's starter, but with only Mark Sanchez ahead of him on the depth chart, it seems likely that he will end up making several starts for the defending champs.