In the short term, it shouldn’t matter that much to Teddy Bridgewater that he’s second on the Jets depth chart, and will get passed inevitably by a rookie.
For Teddy Bridgewater, being well enough to play is enough for the moment.
“Right now, I’m doing everything I dreamed of doing — and that’s waking up and continuing to play football,” Bridgewater said, via Rich Cimini of ESPN.com. “It’s a wonderful feeling. It gives me chills right now to think about it, knowing how the previous two years were.”
Two years ago this time he was hit with a traumatic knee injury that some thought would have threatened his career. He came back to play some mop-up snaps for the Vikings, but this is his first real chance to compete for playing time.
And since the Jets…