By Anthony Caruso III
Earlier today, the Vikings likely lost their starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater for the season.
At first, it was likely being reported to be a torn ACL. Now, it’s being reported to be a dislocated knee — yet the team doesn’t know how severe the injury is besides that.
He hasn’t started more than 10 games in a season. Plus, as a starter, he hasn’t made the playoffs.
The Vikings are coming off hosting a first-round Wild Card game, before losing to the Seattle Seahawks. Without Bridgewater, or a quarterback better than Hill, they’re going to have a hard-time making the playoffs again.
Last season, Bridgewater started all 17 games for the Vikings. He went 292-of-447 for 3,231 yards with 14 touchdowns. He also had nine interceptions and a 88.7 quarterback rating.
Hill has 16 wins and 18 losses as a National Football League starter. He has thrown for 8,053 yards with 49 touchdowns and 30 interceptions.
He went 3-and-5 and went 145-of-229 for 1,657 yards with eight touchdowns and seven interceptions.
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