Adrian Peterson, Shaun Hill’s Fantasy Outlook After Teddy Bridgewater’s Injury

August 30, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater suffered a non-contact left knee injury at practice on Tuesday, and head coach Mike Zimmer told reporters "it doesn’t look good right now" for the third-year signal-caller to play this season, according to NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal.  
The news—which comes after Bridgewater showed real development and graded out as the second-ranked quarterback through three weeks of the preseason, per Pro Football Focus—figures to dampen the Vikings' hopes of competing for a second straight NFC North title and silence the buzz surrounding their potential as a Super Bowl sleeper. 
The injury also figures to impact several of the Vikings' key contributors as it pertains to their respective fantasy stocks. 
Chief among those players is running back Adrian Peterson, who is seeking to defend his rushing crown a year after scampering for a league-best 1,485 yards. 
While the absence of a dynamic signal-c...

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