Today it was announced that Louisville’s own Teddy Bridgewater was named the Pepsi Rookie Of The Year. This award is given out by the fans and the fans apparently feel like Teddy is not the little hand, skinny knees, bad pro day having QB that some “experts” did…cough cough Mayock. Teddy did have an incredible rookie year. He beat out Jeremy Hill, Odell Beckham Jr, Sammy Watkins and Mike Evans for the award. He played in 13 games throwing 259-402 for a 64.4% completion rate. He threw for 2,919 yards, 14 TD and 12 INT’s. He also had 209 yards rushing and 1 rushing TD. Here’s some words from fellow rookies and former Cards:
— Preston Brown (@PB_Number2) January 30, 2015
— Senorise Perry (@SenoriseP) January 30, 2015
Great job Teddy! All of us here in CardNation are very proud!