1. Teddy Bridgewater has a 2015 Teddy Bridgewater game
The saying goes that the third time is a charm and Bridgewater is entering his third start under center for the Saints so that alone is all the reasons we need to think that Bridgewater is going to have a great game.
In all actuality, Bridgewater and the Saints are coming up against a poor Tampa Bay secondary that is letting up passing yards at a terrible clip. Tampa Bay allows the second-most passing yards per game this season and allowed Jared Goff to throw over 500 last week.
While the Bucs have some talented players on the defensive line, the Saints’ offensive line should hold up more times than not and give Bridgewater the perfect situation to succeed.
Michael Thomas is due for a breakout game and this is going to be a game where the Saints receivers get open, as they often do in Sean Payton‘s system, and Bridgewater is going to turn from a game-manager to a game-winner.
Bridgewater was never the best quarterback in the league but he did have some strong showings in his last season as a starter, which was also when he was named a Pro Bowler.
We are going to get Bridgewater circa 2015 as he is going to pass for 285 yards with two touchdowns.