The Bears aren’t a particularly tough defense anymore, but Teddy Bridgewater’s destruction of them this afternoon warrants some attention. The Vikings beat Chicago 38-17 at home today, and Bridgewater went 17/20 with four passing touchdowns and another on the ground. This line gives him the third-best completion…
If you believe in moral victories, the young, upswinging Vikings hung tough with one of the NFL’s best teams, were thisclose to tying the game in the final seconds, and QB Teddy Bridgewater bounced back to have one of his sharper games as pro. If you believe in crushing losses, the Vikings were solidly in field goal…
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Vikings players and coaches had strong words for the Rams—and especially defensive coordinator Gregg Williams—after Minnesota’s 21-18 overtime win, completed without QB Teddy Bridgewater, who left early in the fourth after being knocked unconscious by a shoulder to the head from CB Lamarcus Joyner.
Teddy Bridgewater was attempting to slide for a first down when Lamarcus Joyner ran into him and knocked him unconscious with this vicious elbow strike. The tackle drew an unnecessary roughness penalty. Bridgewater laid there unconscious for a while, before leaving the game to be evaluated for concussion symptoms.
The Vikings placed Matt Cassel on season-ending IR, which means it's Teddy Bridgewater's team now. (It also means Minnesota is one Bridgewater injury away from handing the reins back to Christian Ponder.)
Per Jay Glazer, Vikings players were told this morning that Matt Cassel will be the No. 1 QB, while rookie Teddy Bridgewater will start the season on the bench.
At some point yesterday, you probably read about soon-to-be-NFL-quarterback Teddy Bridgewater giving his mom a pink Cadillac, thus fulfilling a promise that he made to her when he was nine. It was a sweet story, the kind that's designed to make us all feel good about sports and moms and America. It was also…
The Browns have long eyed the 2014 draft as the time to finally get a franchise quarterback. According to reports from both CBS Sports and ESPN, they spent over $100,000 to commission a thorough analytical study to determine the best QB available. The study's reported conclusion? Teddy Bridgewater is the way to go.
We're less than a month from the draft, which means we're at the point where front-office personnel have mostly made up their minds and anything said about prospects is likely to make you demonstrably dumber. To wit:
No quarterback receives more excuses for his interceptions than Eli Manning–which isn't at all to say those excuses don't have some validity. A few years ago, it did seem that an inordinate number of picks bounced off the hands of his receivers. This season, playing behind an offensive line composed of tackling…
A little (ha) palate cleanser: Get a load of Teddy Bridgewater, quarterback for Louiville, hero of the Big East title game, in this game program from Louisville's match-up with UConn last weekeend.