The Denver Broncos are landing Case Keenum while the Minnesota Vikings are getting Kirk Cousins. But that means the New York Jets are suddenly out in the cold. Not for long, however. They are turning their attention towards another one of Minnesota’s free agents: Teddy Bridgewater.
Reached out to sources with the Jets, told if they don't get Cousins, then they will turn their attention to Teddy Bridgewater.
— Dianna Russini (@diannaESPN) March 13, 2018
The Jets, meanwhile, are coming off another disappointing season (5-11). And while Bridgewater is a wild card right now, the Jets need a quarterback. But Josh McCown, who turns 39 in July, probably isn’t the answer.
As for Teddy, this will be his first full season following his horrendous injury. In 29 games with the Vikings (28 starts) he would complete 64.9 percent of his passes. But, with only 28 touchdowns to 21 interceptions.
But Bridgewater still has plenty of promise, and the Jets really need a quarterback. Is Teddy the answer?