Jets and Vikings GMs In Attendance To Watch Teddy Bridgewater’s First Loss
BY ERNIE PADAON - OCT 18TH, 2013 AT 11:47 PM
Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater is one of the top players that will be available for the draft this offseason and quarterback hungry teams will want to get their chance to scout him out. The New York Jets GM John Idzik and Minnesota Vikings GM Rick Spielman were on hand tonight to see Teddy take his first loss of the season to the University of Central Florida Knights, per Rick Bozich.
Bridgewater performed much better than last week, but the game ended with an ‘L’ and the team’s National Championship hopes are now done. Bridgewater’s Heisman hopes are likely over as well.
He finished the game going 29-of-38 for 341 yards and a couple of touchdowns with no interceptions.
Interesting that the Jets GM was out at the game. I wonder how that makes Geno Smith feel? Do we even care what Mark Sanchez thinks?
The Vikings just brought in Josh Freeman, but I could see the team looking into other quarterback options in the draft. Freeman still has to prove himself on Monday Night for the team.
Topics: Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets, NFL Draft, Teddy Bridgewater
Edited by flgreen, 19 October 2013 - 07:06 AM.