Teddy Bridgewater embarrasses helpless safety with nasty juke move
The Minnesota Vikings might have been a little apprehensive about Teddy Bridgewater's sore shoulder, but he put a rest to those concerns quickly while also putting on a show with his feet.
Bridgewater, who missed last week's game at Seattle, completed 12 of 16 attempts for 161 yards and a touchdown in the first half Sunday against the Chargers.
But it was what Bridgewater did to Chargers safety Adrian Phillips that proves he can be just as dangerous while on the move. As Bridgewater approached Phillips, he stutter-stepped then juked right, leaving Phillips flailing.
Bridgewater picked up 22 yards on the third-down play and let defenders know they have to be better prepared to tackle him in the open field.