Teddy Bridgewater made a number of great plays, notably when he hit a deep go route to Thielen and followed that up with a deep seam to Rudolph, but he was also inconsistent throughout the day. Bridgewater had a few passes batted at the line, one of which was deflected and caught by Everson Griffen for an interception. Additionally, Teddy threw a few passes off of the mark, including a one-hopped throw to Diggs on what appeared to be some sort of miscommunication. Bridgewater’s second interception wasn’t really his fault, as it bounced off the hands of Asiata into those of Anthony Barr, but it was clear that Teddy struggled to get into a rhythm throughout the day. On balance, Teddy’s performance was more good than bad, as he showed good touch and improved deep passing, but he’ll need to show more consistency in the coming days.
Training camp continues tomorrow with a walk-through from 10:30-11:30 and a full practice from 2:45-5:00. Josh Zinger will be in Mankato covering camp until the 6th, so follow him on twitter for live updates and observations from practice, and look for his stock reports at the end of each day. Follow @jzingz