Teddy Bridgewater

Teddy Bridgewater

QB - NO
Height: 6' 2"Weight: 215 lbsAge: 26College: LouisvilleDrafted: #32 (1st Rd. by Minnesota)

Week 3 Outlook

NO @ SEA
Sun 4:25pm ET
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Week Rank (ECR) QB #27
Projection 11.4 pts

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Now that we know Drew Brees is going to miss what looks to be at least six weeks, it's Bridgewater's turn to run Sean Payton's offense. He's now played in two games with the Saints, going 31-for-53 passing (58.5 percent) with 283 yards (5.34 yards per attempt) and one touchdown. That's quite the stepdown from Brees. The Seahawks front seven was able to pressure Andy Dalton 38 percent of the time, while getting pressure to the Steelers quarterbacks just 28 percent of the time. It's fair to say they're missing Ezekiel Ansah on the edge, as he's yet to play in a game. If we remove noodle-armed Ben Roethlisberger from the equation (was playing through an elbow injury), the Seahawks defense has allowed Dalton and Mason Rudolph to complete 47-of-70 passes (67.1 percent) for 530 yards (7.57 yards per attempt) and four touchdowns. Going into Seattle is never an easy thing to do but it should help that Bridgewater and the Saints have a full week to create a gameplan around Bridgewater, and not Brees, as the Rams gameplan was clearly built around Brees' strengths. Unfortunately, we may see even more Taysom Hill than we did with Brees, which would severely cap Bridgewater's upside. In a game the Saints are projected for just 20 points, it's tough to say he should be started as anything more than a low-end QB2.

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Teddy Bridgewater blanks in releif duty

Saints QB Teddy Bridgewater completed 17-of-30 passes for 165 scoreless yards in Sunday's Week 2's loss to the Rams.

Fantasy Impact

Bridgewater played in relief of Drew Brees, who left the game with a thumb injury. While Bridgewater did not turn the ball over, he also didn't sore and couldn't get much going with his weapons. If Brees misses time, perhaps Bridgewater is worth a look to stash, but not start. Saints get the Seahawks in Week 3.

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Pass CmpPass AttPass YdsPass TdsPass IntsRush AttRush YdsRush TdsFumblesPoints
21.232.5211.91.10.91.56.200.211.4
History
Statistics
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Pass YdsPass TdsRush YdsRush TdsPoints
Last Week1650507.1
Season to Date82.502.503.6
Game Log
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OPPPass YdsPass TdsRush YdsRush TdsPoints
Week 2@ LAR1650507.1
Week 1vs. HOU00000
Strength of Schedule
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OppSummary
Next Game@ SEA15th easiest opponent
Next 3 GamesDAL, TB, JAC17th easiest opponents
Playoffs (?)SF, IND, TEN15th easiest opponents
Rest of Season--25th easiest remaining opponents