2015 Hall of Fame Game results, highlights: Teddy Bridgewater and everything you need to know about Vikings vs. Steelers match
Vikings’ win over Steelers was rather easy and though the low scoring in the Hall of Fame game disappointed many of the football fans, it was the best that they could have hoped for at this stage.
There is no denying the fact that many players who were there in either Steelers or Vikings uniforms taking part in the Hall of Fame Game 2015, may remain on the margins in the coming days. Nonetheless for now we should celebrate Vikings 14-3 low scoring win over Steelers.
The Hall of Fame Game is an indication that the new 2015 NFL preseason has finally arrived. And from now till mid-February 2016 we will have ceaseless football and NFL fans will have their hands full after a drought of sorts for the last several months. While American football fans may be suffering a drought, the other football or soccer fans had their hands full. What with Womenâ€™s soccer world cup and then Gold Cup 2015, there was great amount of real football.
One player who is being talked most right now is none other than Teddy Bridgewater. A report says, â€œBridgewater picked up where he left off last season. In one quarter’s work, he completed 5 of 6 passes for 44 yards and looked poised and patient on every dropback. It’s funny to think that a year ago, Bridgewater was still being criticized for those poor pre-draft workouts that saw him slide to the bottom of the first roundâ€.
Teddy Bridgewater is being talked about for his hits and misses. Bridgewater has become only the third rookie quarterback to throw a touchdown pass in 10 straight games (along with Peyton Manning and Andy Dalton). Though I am not sure but many people are comparing him for his 72.1 percent completion rate over his final five games with one of the best in the game Ben Roethlisberger.
In the meantime another report about the best performers of the game says, â€œWho shined, who didn’t: First things first: Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell, Antonio Brown, Heath Miller, Markus Wheaton and Martavis Bryant didn’t play for the Steelers, and that makes sense. Same for Adrian Peterson, who will likely get the LaDainian Tomlinson treatment and not see the field at any point this preseason to keep him fresh. But plenty of guys were vying for jobs or looking to gain experienceâ€.
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