Despite Slow Start, No Need to Worry About Teddy Bridgewater in 2015

September 29, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Through three weeks, Teddy Bridgewater and the Minnesota Vikings rank dead last in the NFL in passing yards per game. 
Despite the numbers—and the fact Bridgewater has just a single touchdown pass on the young season—there's still no need to start worrying about the second-year quarterback. 
Bridgewater completed 13 of 24 passes with one interception during Minnesota's Week 3 win over the San Diego Chargers. He set a new career low with just 121 passing yards, and his 50.9 passer rating finished as the second-worst mark of his 16-game career. 
The Vikings are now averaging just 147.5 passing yards per game to start the 2015 season. Only three teams currently average less than 200. Bridgewater also has two games without a passing score (the Vikings are the only NFL team with just one passing touchdown), and his 80.1 passer rating ranks 23rd in the NFL. 
The numbers paint an ugly picture, with the quarterback directly at the center of t...

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