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.) »
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: »
Damn, Teddy Bridgewater. You're going to make an NFL team very happy next season. Credit to Damian Copeland for the excellent effort to get a foot down, too. »
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… »