Teddy Bridgewater might play QB vs the Patriots in week 17, Bridgewater looked dissociated and uninterested in the Miami Dolphins in a recent interview.
Teddy Bridgewater was seen as one of the best backup QBs in the NFL when he signed for the Miami Dolphins. However, In the few times Bridgewater has had the time to play he’s looked like he doesn’t care, from terrible play on the field to uninspiring body language, and more.
Miami Dolphins starting QB Tua Tagovailoa is currently out with a concussion, so it’s likely Teddy Bridgewater will be the starter vs the Patriots in week 17. So far Teddy Bridgewater hasn’t lived up to the pay for the Miami Dolphins.
But can he prove the doubters wrong?
In a recent interview with WPLG, Teddy Bridgewater looked dissociated and uninterested when talking about the Miami Dolphins and the critical match coming up vs the Patriots.
Teddy Bridgewater – Miami Dolphins – interview with WPLG:
Once again Teddy Bridgewater’s body language gives the vibe that he doesn’t care, usually, when a backup QB gets the chance to play or start, you can see the fire burning (or lack thereof) in the way they act, move, play and talk when given the opportunity.
Teddy Bridgewater isn’t convincing me in any of those categories, and he clearly did not convince other Miami Dolphins fans either:
Teddy Bridgewater says he spoke to Stevie Wonder & Ray Charles:
“I had a good talk with my good friend Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles and they can see what’s going on so yeah,” said Teddy Bridgewater as he chuckled and looked away from the camera in the interview with WPLG.
Was he trying to be funny? say a weird metaphor? I don’t know, but he definitely looked dissociated and uninterested in speaking about the Miami Dolphins.
I hope Teddy Bridgewater goes out there and proves me wrong vs the Patriots, but based on this interview and everything else I’ve seen throughout the year, Bridgewater will just go out there to collect his check.
It’s quite disappointing because this was a guy that was playing at a decent level just last year. Hopefully, he can do just enough, and Mike McDaniel can win the game if he commits to the run.
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