The media has been paying a lot of attention to Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater’s comeback from his knee injury, which is hard to understand since there is no chance he will play this season. But the chances are high that the Vikings will find a way to keep him on the roster. The other question is why would anybody think that current starter Case Keenum would be replaced after posting the kind of record he has and ranking as the seventh-best quarterback in the league, according to ESPN? Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman touched on where Bridgewater is physically but didn’t indicate whether Bridgewater has any chance to play this year. “Basically, Teddy is able to practice with us until Wednesday,” Spielman said. “Wednesday is when we have to determine whether to keep him on the PUP [physically-unable-to-perform] list or he comes up on the active 53. If he comes up on the active 53, then the coaches will determine where we go from there.
Vikings use bye week to regroup, look to build on 6-2 start
Minneapolis Star Tribune | Nov 5