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2020 Fantasy Football Player Profile: Teddy Bridgewater

Teddy Bridgewater 2019 Season Review.

With the NFL offseason mostly over, pass free agency and the NFL Draft, it is closer to fantasy football time. First of the fantasy football profiles for the Carolina Panthers is Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Bridgewater played last year for the New Orleans Saints and stepped in for an injured Drew Brees for 5 games. In those 5 games, Bridgewater threw for 1,205 yards with 9 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Leading the Saints to a 5-0 record in that time, Bridgewater did an incredible job with an offense that is not known for having a great number of weapons besides Michael Thomas and Alvin Kamara.


What to look forward to from Teddy Bridgewater

Bridgewater is coming into a similar offense that was run by the Saints last year. Getting the football out fast and out of his hands. Bridgewater also has shown to have the ability to make quick and smart decisions when passing. Also being in an offense with more weapons than the Saints had last season, the playmakers will elevate his production. Bridgewater could possibly be in the top 10 of Quarterbacks. Ranking in the top 15 is a great spot for him. Already working with his new weapons in Florida, look to see great production from the Panthers new Quarterback.

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2020 Fantasy Football Prediction.


In the upcoming season, look for Bridgewater to throw for around 3,800 yards. While throwing 26 Touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Very good numbers, given he plays as well as he did last season for the Saints. If Bridgewater would have played all last season as the Saints starting Quarterback, his stats would be in the ballpark of these numbers. With more weapons in the Panthers offense, Bridgewater has the opportunity to be better than these numbers but also has the opportunity to struggle.


Fantasy Football Rankings

As of now, Bridgewater is ranked 27th for Quarterbacks from Fantasy Pros. While ESPN had Bridgewater ranks 26th overall. Given it is a new coaching staff and a new scheme for the Panthers, do not draft Bridgewater late to be the sleeper this season. After the draft, keep an eye on him throughout the season to pick up when injuries come. Bridgewater will produce more than what most people think he will, but will not be a quarterback you would want to take in the draft. He will instead be a player you can stream in plus matchups.

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