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Week 8 Outlook
Broncos QB Teddy Bridgewater was 23-of-33 for 187 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception and adds three yards on the ground in Thursday night's loss to the Browns.
Bridgewater came into the game with a "questionable" designation, as he's been dealing with a foot issue. His struggles for the last two weeks are well documented, to the point that backup Drew Lock was seen warming up on the sidelines after the first half. Bridgewater kept his composure and led the Broncos back, but ultimately came up just short. He'll look to bounce back in Week 8 against a WFT D/ST that's struggled this season.
Teddy Bridgewater (foot) is looking like he will be good to go for his Week 7 Thursday Night matchup against the Browns.
In terms of plugging Bridgewater into your lineup this week, there is a ton of risk there. The Browns have a lot of injuries going into this contest, and Bridgewater is also not going to be at 100%. This just screams a classic Broncos run and defense game. Not to mention, it is looking like a bad weather night in Cleveland. There are better streaming options out there.
Teddy Bridgewater (foot/quad) is questionable to start against the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night.
Bridgewater at least got a week of limited practices in, but there is no doubt that even if he plays on Thursday, he will be banged up. As of right now, he looks like he will play, but if he does not, Drew Lock will likely be at the helm.
James Palmer of NFL Network reports Broncos QB Teddy Bridgewater is dealing with a foot injury entering the team's Thursday game against the Browns.
Coach Vic Fangio said earlier this week that he "expects" Bridgewater to play in Week 7 against Cleveland. As of now this sounds like something that the veteran QB will likely play through, but it could hinder his performance. Courtland Sutton and Noah Fant are still worth starting in all formats, but expectations should be tempered in an ugly game environment.
Broncos QB Teddy Bridgewater goes 35-of-49 for three touchdowns and three interceptions and adds two rushes for nine yards in Sunday's loss to the Raiders.
The stat line here is deceiving, as most of Bridgewater's production came in garbage time. He remains a low-end QB2 but has a Week 7 matchup with a banged-up Cleveland D/ST that's given up 37-plus points in consecutive outings.
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