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09/23/15 - QB Teddy Bridgewater has completed at least 70 percent of his passes in six of his last seven games. He's second in the NFL with a completion percentage of 72.6 during that span.
09/20/15 - QB Teddy Bridgewater completed 14-of-18 passing for 153 yards and a touchdown. He also rushed six times for 21 yards and a touchdown. Bridgewater has completed at least 70 percent of his passes in six of the last seven games. "I think we did a good job today establishing chemistry as an offensive unit."
09/15/15 - QB Teddy Bridgewater could be in danger of a sophomore slump. In his 2015 debut Monday night against the 49ers, he completed 23 of 32 passes for 231 yards, zero touchdowns and one interception. He was sacked five times and failed to connect with a number of open receivers. "I missed some easy throws tonight, throws that could have resulted in big plays," Bridgewater said. "I just have to try and continue to get better each week."
09/07/15 - QB Teddy Bridgewater is ready to take the next step after a solid rookie season that saw him post the third-best completion percentage by a rookie (64.4) in NFL history. He completed a franchise preseason record 82.9 percent of his passes this preseason and showed an advanced comfort in running coordinator Norv Turner's offense at a fast tempo with efficiency.
09/01/15 - QB Teddy Bridgewater's 82.9 completion percentage isn't the only one that's ahead of the preseason team record of 71.7 set by Rich Gannon in 1992. Backup Shaun Hill (73.5) and undrafted rookie Taylor Heinkicke (73.2) also are on pace to break the record. Heinicke was 11 of 11 against the Cowboys on Saturday.