Teddy Bridgewater Injury Significantly Impacts Titans Season Opener

In Other Sports by Blake Lovell

The Tennessee Titans open up the 2016 regular season at home against the Minnesota Vikings.

Unfortunately for the Vikings, they saw the outlook of their entire season changed on Tuesday.

Franchise quarterback Teddy Bridgewater dislocated his knee and suffered a complete ACL tear in practice, leaving Minnesota without its star under center for the entire season.

The Bridgewater injury certainly changes everything when it comes to how the Titans and defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau will prepare for the the Vikings.

While backup quarterback Shaun Hill appears to be the only starting option that Minnesota has, there’s a good chance that the Vikings will pursue another player to add another possible option.

I wrote some quick thoughts over at Sports and Entertainment Nashville on how Bridgewater’s injury will affect the Titans in Week 1.

Here’s the link to the story:

Titans vs. Vikings outlook changes after Teddy Bridgewater injury

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Blake Lovell has worked in sports media for over 10 years. His work has been featured on The New York Times, Rivals, Time Warner Cable, Scout.com, FanRag Sports, FanSided and many more. He currently covers SEC football and basketball for various publications.