Teddy Bridgwater will remain a starting QB in the NFL. After being traded by Carolina to Denver in the offseason, Bridgwater beat out former second round pick Drew Lock for the job.
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Bridgewater started 15 games for Carolina last year and did a very admirable job considering he didn’t have his number 1 weapon Christian McCaffrey. He threw for 3733 yards and 15 TDs, averaging 248.9 yards per game. However, Teddy did throw 11 interceptions. Bridgewater did complete 69.1-percent of his passes.
While Teddy may not throw the ball all over the field like a Pat Mahomes or a Josh Allen, he is a very cerebral QB that can pick apart a defense. He also plays with a ton of heart and is a born leader. Hopefully, Teddy can reward Vic Fangio, the Broncos, his teammates, and himself with victories. I, for one, believe he will.