If you happen to be a Vikings fan then you would have noticed that rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater had a brilliant NFL debut in the absence of the team’s offensive player Adrian Peterson. In his debut, Bridgewater had the best QRB total, in fact if you are to compare him with other rookie QB starters in the NFL last season, Bridgewater had the best win percentage, completion percentage as well as the highest yards per attempt. With his return to the team’s offense, Peterson believes that the former rookie QB, Bridgewater, will be even better.
“By me coming back I hope I will loosen up one or two guys by bringing in a focus of stopping runs,” Peterson said during the Adrian Peterson Day that was hosted on Saturday. “With our coach’s offensive style of play, he makes so many throws on the field and therefore I will be involved in the pass game often, this will see me presenting myself more often to Bridgewater as well as being out wide. But the main thing will be helping out in distracting defense and making them play more balanced.”
Peterson was for the most part of last season on the NFL commissioner’s exempt list this was after he was indicted for child abuse charges. Earlier this month, Peterson returned to the team’s practice ending the long absence from the sport. Peterson, who last joined the team in practice in September last year looked in perfect condition and ready to go for the coming season.