Teddy Bridgewater Plays In Fourth Quarter Vs Bengals In First Game Since Knee Injury; Receives Standing Ovation In Minnesota (Video)

Teddy Bridgewater was the starting QB for the Vikings heading into the 2016 prior to suffering a horrible knee injury in the preseason. Since then, Sam Bradford and now Case Keenum have taken the reins. The Vikings now stand at 11-3 and will be playoff bound after a 34-7 win at home over the Bengals today.

With 10:40 left in the game and a 34-0 lead, the Vikings inserted Bridgewater into the game to get some snaps in and the home team along with his teammates crowd erupted in support for him. Prior to his knee injury, Bridgewater was regarded as one of the most talented on the rise quarterbacks in the NFL.

Flip the page to see Bridgewater’s standing ovation in Minneapolis.