3 reasons the Colts should take a long look at Teddy Bridgewater

Teddy Bridgewater is going to be one of the most intriguing players to keep an eye on this offseason. After turning down offers last offseason from other teams to return to the New Orleans Saints, Bridgewater got a serious taste of starting when Drew Brees went down. There are quite a few teams around the NFL who should use a new starting quarterback and one of those teams could end up being the Indianapolis Colts, who have been anything but confident in Jacoby Brissett since the 2019 season ended.

Bridgewater proved in 2019 that he is still capable of being a guy that puts a team in playoff contention. He kept the Saints firing on all cylinders with Brees out due to a thumb injury. The Colts would be getting a major upgrade with Bridgewater over Brissett.

In the 2019 season with the Saints, Bridgewater played in nine games. He completed 67.9 percent of his pass attempts for 1,384 yards, nine touchdowns, and just two interceptions. Those numbers show why he is such an intriguing name to watch this offseason.

Indianapolis should absolutely be considering making a run at him. Sticking with Brissett is an option, but it isn’t the option that will get them back into playoff contention.

Let’s take a look at three reasons the Colts should take a long look at signing Bridgewater this offseason.

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